Hello Humans. My name is Midnight and I'm a 3 year old Labrador mix.
I have a beautiful black coat and my eyes twinkle like stars. I was abandoned on Dowdy Ferry Rd and in dog days, I was there a really long time. I tried to keep a low profile as I didn't trust people anymore. I would eat whatever I could find in the trash or laying on the ground. It was a rough and lonely life until a volunteer from Dallas DogRRR showed up. She let me ride shotgun over to a foster volunters house. I played hard to get with my foster for about a week and a half. I had never seen a human with so much fortitude and compassion. All I had to do was accept her kindness.
Let me tell you how it goes with me now. I'm a people-pleaser. If my human wants me to do something, I do it - with a few exceptions - I'm not very good at washing windows or folding clothes. I give great kisses to make up for it though. I'm devoted, loyal, and loving. I'm also potty trained, crate trained, and a doggie door master. I love car rides and walk great on a leash. I like other dogs- and probably cats but I haven't met any yet. Most importantly, I really like humans now, big ones and little ones. I'm still a little shy and scared so humans need to approach slowly for now or be prepared to find me hiding under the bed. As soon as I know weâre in this journey together, I will warm up quickly.
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