Hi I'm Gracie!
People tell me I'm very frisky and bouncy. I'm in my teething stage so I still tend to chew on things but do not bite hard. I'm working on that and my new family will need to too. I give a lot of kisses and also enjoy tug of war.
My favorite game with my canine friends is zooming around the yard with my foster sister, and then we practice wrestling!
Other types of animals I've met include my foster brother kitty. When I interact with him I am very interested and try to play. A few times he has whacked me on the head with his paw, just to let me know that he doesn't want to be bothered.
Trust me, I'm working on the potty thing.
People tell me that Im more adoptable if I know things. Here are the commands that Ive already learned - Sit. I gotta work on that 'stay' thing, tho.
My foster family knows me pretty well and they think the perfect family for me would be one that has another dog who likes to run and play, and maybe some children who would like to take me on walks and play tug of war with me.
Geez - I almost forgot to tell you that I love to cuddle! After my dinner and early evening friskiness, nothing feels better than curling up with my human and resting up. Or sometimes I go into my crate all by myself to rest up.
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