Lenny hasn’t had much consistency in his short life so his foster home is working very hard on his house manners. He’s adjusting well to being crated, he does cry for a few minutes (worth a try right?) but then quiets down for the rest of the night. He knows that the command “go to bed” means: go in your crate. He also knows sit, down, and come.
When we asked his foster mom to give us some words to describe Lenny she said: Adorable, Squishy, Tank, Dopey, Sorry, Clumsy, Snugglebug. Most of these are self explanatory. She also said he is is a little goofy and is very easy going. He will roll over and show you his belly and let you pet him and handle him anywhere. Nothing bothers him.
His foster mom thinks he would do best in a semi-active home. He likes to run and play, but when he’s done...that’s it, he plops down and there is no moving him. He loves to play with his doggy foster siblings. Lenny also likes to rip the fuzz off tennis balls, and to disembowel stuffed toys.
Lenny is a class A snuggler. Once he is tired from playing Lenny becomes a big couch potato. He thinks he is small enough to sit on your lap, and loves to crawl up next to people while they are napping. He sleeps in his crate at night while he is polishing his house training, but eventually he would probably love to sleep in bed with someone, if you’re into that.
Lenny is an ideal dog looking for someone who is looking for a dog that is friendly and social with everyone and every dog. Have we said enough that Lenny is the nicest, friendliest, most social dog ever. The trade off is that his foster mom says he maybe isn’t the brightest bulb on the tree so it takes him a little extra time to catch on to new things.
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