Hi my name is Forrest. I am about 3 months old now. I came to PBRSD with my momma and five siblings. I am now neutered and have had all my shots, so I am ready to meet a forever family. When my foster mom first met me she noticed it seemed my shyness was because I could not hear everything going on. I have been to the vet, and they say I am not totally deaf, but there may be some things I don't hear.
With lots of love and attention I am proud to say I am doing much better. I run to my momma and the kids who come to play with us, and I will fall over and show my belly for belly rubs.. My favorite!!! I still do get scared easily when faced with new things, but if you are give me a little time to investigate, I am okay. I have worked hard on potty training... And almost have that mastered... I do know how to use the doggie door. I am working on sit and now that I have all my shots, walking on a leash. I play nice with my siblings, and currently share my kennel and toys with my sister Raven. My mom thinks a home with another dog to keep me company and give me confidence would be best.
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