Hi! My name is Timon. I was dumped in the back of a neighborhood surrounded by woods. I was thankfully found by a nice lady who helped me find a foster home. Unfortunately before that happen I was hit by a car and broke my little bone . The nice people at Honoring Hope and Faith rescue agreed to cover my medical bills so I could have the surgery I needed. Many nice people donated and prayed for me. I had surgery August 25th, less than two months ago, but I feel so brand new you can't even tell! As you can see on the video my foster mom posted I love to play, run and do everything else my foster mates do. I am so sweet and cuddly! I love to snuggle up on the couch, and also enjoy being around humans. I've been around tiny humans and big humans, I love them all! I also love all dogs, big and small. I am just a total love bug! While I'm happy at my foster home, I would love to find a home of my own. I have been trained to stay in a crate while my foster parents are at work, I am also learning to go potty outside, but sometimes I get so excited playing that I forget.
If you think you can love me like I know I can love you, please fill out an application to let my foster mommy know! â¤ï¸
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