My name is Tony (fka Tuti) and I am a really great dog. Thanks to a wonderful foster mommy, I was saved from being killed at the NYC ACC! I am a medium energy, 2 year old, 30 pound pup who loves to go on walks. I am a quick learner too. Five weeks ago I was not house trained and didn't know any commands but now I am house trained and learning the "sit" command. I am not a great eater and my foster parents are still trying to find a food that I really love. I love to play fetch with balls and squeak soft toys but NEVER try to take out the squeaker!! I just run around the house gently making it squeak. I love Kitty and occasionally will try to play. I think I'm dog friendly too. We pass dogs on our walk and I barely glance at them even if they are barking at me! I really love nothing more than to sit by your side. I have not been crated because I'm so "chill". I will sleep on my bed on the floor as long as I can at least see you but I prefer to sleep in your bed. I will try to be invisible and tiny so you don't make me get off!! My foster parents think I'm a real charmer. I will bark and growl if a stranger approaches "my" people but then I'm great once I know you are not trying to hurt them. Groomer said I was"antsy" but I was just excited. I was groomed had my nails clipped and teeth brushed. I like baths at home and love to be towel dried endlessly! I would love to be able to be around people 24/7 but I am not destructive when left alone. So if you think I would fit into your home, please adopt me. I would love to have a furever place to lay my head!
Tony is up to date on vaccines, neutered, and microchipped.
To learn more about Tony, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or to apply to adopt him, go to www.amsterdog.org. Thank you for caring about a dog in need!
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