When I arrived in Tucson, someone called me a cow dog. Because I've been a mommy dog for the past couple years, I thought they were making a joke about being a milk cow. I fed a bunch of hungry little greyhound puppies!
Later, Josh told me I'm considered a cow dog because I'm white and have big black spots. I don't mind being teased. I've developed a good sense of humor running after the little devil dogs they call puppies.
I'm eight and a half years old, so I'd really like to find my forever person fast. Not that I'm not enjoying my foster home. I am. I like my foster mom and my foster greyhound brother. He's an older dog like me, and we get along just fine.
I think my perfect forever home would be loving and low key, without noisy kids, constant activity or small pets. If you're retired like me and home most of time, I think I'd be happy as an only dog.
I'd love to be your companion, even if we spend most of our time just hanging around the house. All I need is daily neighborhood walks, and that's good for both of us!
Looking for Love in Retirement,
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