I was just strolling down the street one day, not a clue where I was, when suddenly a man pulled up and I decided to jump in his pick-up truck. I had had enough of being on the street! I tried to tell him this wandering around on patrol for weeks, and getting a little tired and hungry was not that much fun. I think the truck driver knew.
The best part about jumping in the truck was that I could do what shepherds do best: watch what was happening on the street by sitting up high! It gave me a better perspective, riding in a truck. I even thought to myself that it might be nice if I had a truck of my own!
Since I have not been trained, I decided to take matters into my own hands and protect and secure the area where I live. So far this job works, but I think there is more I that I need to learn. My social skills are good, as long as I am not at my house. I need to be trained to do more than just watch a house. I want someone to take me to dog school, go on walks, take me swimming, play ball, take me on a vacation, pet me a lot, give me a few table scraps when it's something yummy, and maybe participate in agility classes. Everyone does say how handsome I am and what beautiful markings I have. If you are willing to work with me and help me learn, I will try to be the best dog for you!
I know the right furever family for me is out there somewhere. Could it be you?
Approx DOB 1/7/2013
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