Hello! My name is Pudding (usually pronounced puddin’) and I am an energetic one and half year-old chocolate lab mix. My foster parents say I often act younger than my age though. I love to play with my foster sister and chase toys, though I’m not always great at bringing them back. I like to cuddle and follow my foster dad around as well. I sleep in my crate and I like to be in it when my foster parents leave the house. I love to ride in the car; sometimes I just stare out the window other times I lay down and fall asleep. I was a stray so I am still working on my potty training as well; I often forget to let my foster parents know when I need to go outside.
I have decorative spots on the side of my body as well as the prettiest eyes my foster parents have ever seen on a dog. I also have some bare patches on my tail that don’t bother me, which the doctors and my foster parents are keeping an eye on. I love to meet new people and may sometimes jump on them when I first meet them, but usually don’t otherwise. I may not be the best match for young kids as I have a lot of energy, and sometimes accidentally bite or jump on things and people when playing. I haven’t really met any cats, yet, so I’m not sure if I like them or not. I love to give kisses and cuddle with people, and when I am finally done playing with foster sister, sometimes I cuddle with her, too. I am really calm when not around my foster sister, but when I am with her I get very excited and energetic, so if I have any new doggy siblings they need to love to play. I’m just looking for the home where I can be the perfect companion.â
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