I like to romp & roll when I play. I’m 35 pounds (but may still have a little filling out to do), and my play buddies are a retriever & pit mix who are both twice my weight, and both tire before me. The neighborhood grade and high school kids just love me! We play lots of ball. I think they want me to give the ball back but I enjoy having everyone run after me. After playing, the next best thing is cuddling on the couch or taking a nap.
I like rawhides but I’m not a big chewer. It takes me a few days to finish the bones my foster brother can chew in 10 minutes. On the other hand, I like to keep busy since I’m young and have energy. I probably won’t do well if I’m going to be left home for long periods. My foster mom has crate-trained me and leaves me home for 4 hours at a time, and I do fine when I have several toys in my cage.
My foster home has two dogs, one enjoys playing but the other is a grumpy dog who keep his distance. I give him the space he wants. I try to play but also know how to react appropriately to his cues. I am an all-round playful dog who enjoys running, kids and sniffing out rabbits. I am young and hope to find a home who will play with me and make me part of their family. I can't wait to go to obedience class with my new humans so I can be an even "awesomer' companion.
My adoption fee of $ 300 includes: vet exam, rabies, distemper combo & bordetella vaccinations, microchip, deworming, flea & tick prevention, heartworm preventative and spaying.
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