Hey there. My name is Howler. I am not sure why they call me that. I am currently living in a kennel at a veterinary hospital. That is not quite as bad as it sounds. You see, my owner dropped me off here when he moved to a new home. He did not want me, anymore. I did not fit in with his new home. I do not understand why he did not love me anymore. I am just a happy go lucky 5 month old puppy with lots of energy and love to give to anyone that will pay attention to me.
I am not the only puppy to which this happens in Alabama. When they get tired of us, they just throw us away. In a way, I am lucky. At least, he left me with a veterinarian and I did not starve to death or get hit by a car. This veterinarian cared enough to offer his services for free if Sandi Paws Rescue would give me my freedom ride to Wisconsin. There I can find my furever home with someone, maybe a family, to love me and give me puppy training which all puppies should be given. So for the time being, I am still living in the kennel because there are not enough foster homes to help take care of all the puppies.
I am willing to admit I am not the most well behaved puppy. But in my defense, I am young and I do not get enough exercise, so I get hyper. After I get out on a leash and walk and play, I calm down. I am a little nervous around other dogs until I get used to them. This is especially true when they run at me. I will just try to walk away from them. I like to hold my leash when going for a walk. I guess that is a little awkward for the one walking me. That puppy training might help me with this.
Being a puppy, I love to run and jump. I can jump straight up. How's that for an accomplishment? I am almost potty trained. I hardly ever have an accident. I am neutered (phwew. Glad that is over) and up to date on vaccinations. I am ready for my freedom ride.
I hope to see the face of the one that is going to love me furever real soon. I am going to give lots of kisses and hugs and show my jumping skills. I will try to not jump on any people. Won't you please, please, please just think about giving me the loving home I have been denied so far. I have lots of puppy love to give away. I would love a nice warm bed and lots of toys.
If you would like to know more about me or how to adopt or maybe foster a puppy like me, please contact Sandi Paws Rescue. I will be in Wisconsin soon. I hope to see you there.Thank you for your interest in a Sandi Paws Rescue, Inc. Please visit our site at sandipaws.org for more information on our organization or to fill out an application to adopt one of our pets. You can also find volunteering information at our site as well.
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