My foster sister Hattie is a hound mix and taller than me and we like to take walks in the park and chase each other and wrestle in the backyard. I'm also getting pretty good at playing fetch, and unlike Hattie, I'll drop the ball at my foster's feet when I bring it back to them. Once we're tuckered out, she'll sometimes even let me snuggle up next to her.
Speaking of snuggling, I am a very friendly guy who can't seem to get enough attention. I love to be pet on and I'll put my little face right between my foster parents knees to let them know I want an ear scratch and a belly rub. And my tail goes wild with excitement when they do pet me and I'll reward them with some sloppy kisses.
I'm also getting good at practicing my sitting skills and catching Cheerios in my mouth while I'm sitting. I may be a dog, but I'm a little piggie when it comes to eating - I love meal time and treats.
During the day, I'm used to staying in a crate while my foster parents are are work, but when they get home I love to roam the house. At night, I curl up on my bed on the floor, but sometimes I like to hang out under my foster's bed like it's my own personal fort.
If you're looking for a sweet, cuddle pup with energy to play - I'm your guy.
He is a total sweetheart, but Hattie likes being our only dog. If you or someone you know is interested in adopting Buddy, let us know!
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