Lincoln (Linc) Carolina Dog - Lab - Collie(mix)
Born ~ January 2016
Neutered, shots UTD, chipped
I am a SMART boy. I learned several tricks by watching my foster sister. I caught on quick to words and hand signals. All it took was two donut holes cut into pieces.
My foster mom is happy that I haven’t had an accident in the house. Because I was neutered young I’ll always be a squatter. Is that TMI? I get along well with my foster siblings of all sizes. I love to play! I'd probably be a great hiking/running buddy.
The rescuers thought I was a collie or lab mix, but the Carolina Dog people say I'm a Carolina Dog. Foster mom scratched her head and threw a ball across the yard. No, I don't retrieve. She let all the dogs out at the same time to see if I would try to herd them. Nope. Not a herder. But I do wash my face by licking a paw and wiping it across my muzzle. But, please, don't call me a cat.
What I am is gifted in the art of exterior decorating. Foster mom puts all the dog toys in one spot, and I move them, one by one, to my preferred spot -- usually under a tree. But I like variety, so I may move all the toys to another tree on the same day.
When I’m in the yard, after doing what foster mom calls “my business,” I lie on the storage box that lets me look into the house. That's how I tell mom I'm done.
I hang out with mom in her office. I’m quiet, except for what mom calls “baby noises.” A whimper here and there to get her attention. And then I make my “gimme kisses” face. I only let out a woof when I hear someone coming to the door and when greeting the neighbors through the fence.
I’m a little shy when meeting new people, so please give me time to realize that I'm part of your pack. Then I'm very affectionate and loyal.
Because I’m a big boy, I’m a better match for older children.
Will you give me a forever home?
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