I was left at the rescue one night and thought it was a mistake and kept hoping the car would come back, but it never did. But now I am used to living at the rescue but still am looking for that job.
I love learning and the treats and ear scratches that come with making my humans happy. I hear them talking about things like “agility” and “fly ball” but don't know what they mean. I am familiar with flies, but don't think flies want to play ball with me.
Playing with other dogs is fun and I love to, but I would rather play with my human family and show them how smart and happy I can be. Come out and let me show you what potential I have and what fun we can have together.
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