Cooper is about a year old and 100% puppy. He's young, energetic, crate trained, 95% house-trained and full of fun and joy.
Cooper would like you to know more about his favorite pastimes, hopes and dreams, so take it away Cooper:
Hi...I'm Cooper, or as my foster parents call me, Super Cooper! Why do they call me Super Cooper? Because I'm super sweet and super playful and super duper cuddly. I love to play with my toys, but I don't tear them up. I mostly just gather them in a pile and then organize them however I want to. Sometimes, I even take toys back to the toy bin because it doesn't fit the look I'm going for.
My favorite toys are the soft plushy toys and if you throw it, I will happily bring it back to you so you can throw it again. When I get tired, I will lie down with my toy under my head.
I really like playing in the yard with my foster brothers. We play chase and I'm always trying to imitate them. That made learning "sit" really easy for me!
I bond really quickly when I'm with the right people and even roll on my back for a good belly rub when I trust you.
So here is my wishlist for my future parents:
Kind and loving people. Preferably without young children. Young children can move suddenly and don't always understand me. That scares me a lot.
Patient and understanding parents. I've had some bad experiences in my past and can be skittish and wary at first and don't like over-handling during our get-to-know each other time. My perfect parents will understand that and be willing to work with me and gain my trust. (In return, I will rock your world with my famous Super Cooper smile).
Fun and playful parents. I love to play and spend time together. If you promise to snuggle me and play with me, I promise to always give you super hugs and smiles.
Sound like we're a match? If so, I really can't wait to meet you!
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