I'm just one sweet, loving and cuddly boy! My foster mommy takes me to work everyday so I can be socialized. Well, I love everyone, even polite children. I have never growled at anyone, I just want love from everybunny! My potty training is going really well, I let foster mom know when I need to use the yard for my business. I have gained a few much needed ounces and I will never turn away from a good breakfast or dinner. I sleep in the 'big bed' and am totally trustworthy.
I love toys and fetch, still trying to understand that I must let go of the ball when foster mom tells me to 'leave it'.
I am very low maintenance, I love walks with my other foster brother.
My name is Sammy, and I come when I am called!
I'm doing wonderfully well in my foster home and I get along with all pups. I went to our Dog Dayz Fundraiser and showed off my handsome self. No one heard a grumble out of me cause I am so well behaved! I love all people who show respect. I'm a little nervous around children, they run and make lots of noise. Hope to see an application from you soon! I'm ready to find my forever home!
Ya wanna know something? I do not come when someone calls my name! My foster momma is going to change my name soon. My favorite name is Sammy, like Sam Elliott! I'm a very handsome, unique dude that's looking for love in all the right places.
I love being outside. Every time the door opens, I'm out either exploring or sunning myself. When foster mom whistles, I come a running. I love toys and I'm learning to play fetch. I think I will be pretty good at it. I could eat my way to China too. I have a voracious appetite that just doesn't quit. I get fed breakfast and dinner. Foster mom doesn't believe in free feeding. Good thing, cause I would lose my physique and become rather rolley poley!
I love all people, specially the ones who pay lots of attention to me. I seldom bark, sometimes when a foster sister chases me and jumps on me. I let them know that nice girls don't chase boys...
I still need a securely fenced in backyard. I love exploring and it's hard to do with a leash. Foster mom just doesn't have the speed I have!
Jack has fit into his foster home perfectly. He loves to snuggle and get neck and chest rubs. Jack is not quite potty trained, but he will need time to learn that outside is for potty. He gets along with the other pups and is as far from an alpha dog as can be. He is very mellow now and feeling much better after his surgery. Jack says he would love another playmate with four legs. He also let us know he doesn't want to be adopted into a family with children under 12 years of age.
Jack had all of his vetting done today. He is UTD on all vaccinations, neutered, HW- and microchipped. He did very well and is resting in his foster home.
Jack will need a yard with a very secure fence.
Jack was used to barter drugs. He came into rescue when a friend of A Promise of Love Rescue took him under her wings to get him away from the drug dealers.
Not much is known about Jack, he will be in rescue for 3-6 weeks so we can see his personality and likes and dislikes. So far, he is very playful and wants to play with the others around him.
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