He arrives with us today so we will update his bio once he is settled into his foster home!
107/16 UPDATE Hello I'm Larry (Formally Juno). You may give me a new name as long as I can call you my forever family. I was found as a stray in West Virginia. My life wasn't so great back then. I was probably abused, I was hungry and thin, and no one wanted me. But a good foster family took me in and then sent me to Lancaster PA at the end of September to stay with another foster family. Here is my rundown:
AGE: 7-8 year old puppy. I love to run around and play with my foster dog sibling. I truly act around 4-5 yrs old.
BREED: Lab with wiry black coat
MOUTH: My jaw is long and narrow with a droopy lip. The vet thinks I was born this way. Sometimes I drool but only little droplets. It is barely noticeable. Some of my teeth are worn down but that doesn't stop me from eating anything I like. Some people say I look ugly or weird but I won't be body shamed. My face is unique and I like it.
HEALTH: I just had my wellness exam and I'm really good! I am neutered. Out vet said my health is excellent given that I'm over 6! I take some meds daily for hypothyroidism but those are really not expensive at all!
I do have an old injury to my hip. I am starting on a joint supplement that is purchased over the counter. This is just a precaution. I have a slight limp but never let that stop me! I go on long walks, run and jump on the couch or bed with
EATING: I am not food aggressive. I can eat hard or soft food. But be forewarned ... I'm quick to snatch people food off counters. I'm pretty tall when I stand on my back legs! I've been known to sneak away stromboli, buns, etc in a flash! I also know how to open trash can lids with my snout! I am very gentle when I take treats from your fingers.
CATs: Who cares? I have four kitty foster siblings. I just totally ignore them. I did push away Jupey when he was trying to eat from my bowl at the same time I was! Ugh I tried to tell him to act like a cat and eat his own food.
DOGs: My Foster dog sister Ela is also a lab. We have a blast playing inside. We never once got too aggressive with each other. We sleep on couch and bed together. Alright... I guess I try and get all the attention from my foster parents and even climb over Ela to get to them. I just want some loving as well! Although Ela will bark, I just ignore other dogs I see on my walks.
WALKS: I love them! I'm the perfect gentleman. I will walk right beside you or walk right next to Ela. I have never once pulled except when we first come out the door... Humans are slow!!!! I will pee a bunch of times. I usually wait until I'm home to poopy. But maybe my forever family can work on that..
HUMANS: Love them! I'm a little timid at first with men, but I get over it fast as long as you give me belly rubs. I want to be with you. I won't jump on you when you walk in from working all day, but you will see me wiggling all over with happiness. I love to sleep with you and when you are on the couch I will climb on you and try and sit on your lap or lay across you. Once I trust you, I will even give you a quick kiss. I truly am a gentle loving dog and I just want to please you and soak up any bit of attention you can give me. Don't get me wrong, after I get some hugs I will go over to my own love-seat and take a snooze. I even "humor" these humans. My foster mom dressed me up in a football jersey and I wore it like a pro. I also let her take as many selfies with me as she wants. I love when they take me for car rides; however, I will try and climb into the front seat to be near you.
PLAY: I'm not really sure how. No one gave me that much attention before. All I know is to leap around and wrestle with my foster dog sister. I'm not sure what toys are for. The only thing I have chewed on is a roll of paper towels which I let my Foster mom take from me. Can you please teach me to play with toys? I want to have fun with you!
KIDS: Haven't met any in Lancaster but foster family in WV said I was good with them.
I know you are out there and will love me for my unique looks and my gentle soul. I promise if you adopt me I will give you my entire heart. I would love to have a sibling dog that is as gentle as me. I understand you may have to work, but I would love it if you are retired or home a lot. A large fenced in yard would be a dream... As long as I am not forgotten and chained up outside. I'm an indoor dog so I can be with my family and love you. If the yard is not possible, at least promise you will walk me and take me places where I can run.
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