Update-- She is ready for a foster. She needs a home with a dog that is not extremely playful or a bit older. One that won't mind if cameron is a little standoffish. Think an introvert.
So much has changed. I was adopted but it was not a good situation. I was returned to the rescue and I have been w my sisters. I have grown strong and tall. I have been shy and unsure. No one wanted to give me a chance and I got more and more sad. One day the ladies took me for a car ride and took me to a new place. I was really scared. It was big and there were other dogs and it was noisy. I was not sure what they wanted from me. A lady named Toni has become my friend. She and I play with toys and she gives me scratches. It is wonderful. I give her lots of smiles. She has taught me to sit, come and stay. When I do a good job she tells me so. I am now walking on a leash next to her and this makes her happy. I am getting to play with other dogs and am gaining confidence. I am getting more confident every day. When I graduate she says I will be ready for a home. I am about 55 pounds. I am potty trained now. I am all black but there some white under my chin and on my chest. I would love a home and a family. Oh. I was so excited to talk to you, I forgot to introduce myself. I am Cameron. Please look me up.
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