I am a low to moderate energy girl, so I would be fine spending the majority of my time snuggling on the couch. I walk nicely on a leash, though, and appreciate a nice stroll around the neighborhood each day. As for other pets, mellow big dogs are cool, but my days of fending for myself have left me with a belief that smaller furry animals are meant to be chased (so no little dogs or cats). I am crate-trained, house-trained, don't bark much, and know my basic commands.
The trainer at Tug Dogs said she could see me living with a retired couple (I, too, have retired from my puppy-making career, and so we would have a lot in common). My foster mom thinks that I would make a superb emotional support animal, since I am very attentive and basically want nothing more than to full-body snuggle anyone who sits down on the couch. My foster family has nick-named me the snugglosaurus!
I guess it boils down to the fact that I am not a party animal. If you are an introvert (or a family of introverts) looking for a companion, though, you will not find a better match than me!
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