Hey y'all my name is Disney. I know what you're thinking "who would've named a dog after the happiest place on earth?" Well the truth is I am the happiest dog on earth! I was found as a stray back in 2011 by a nice couple who took me in and tried to help me find my family. When that didn't work they decided to keep me. Well time went on a they had a baby! I was so excited for my new tiny human! I spent a lot of time with her and I loved her, but I became a little possessive the the little one. So I am looking for a foster home with older children and no other dogs. M y foster mom loves me and my foster dad lets me cuddle on the couch with him. They're great people but I know they're not my furever family. I like cats, actually I don't even notice them half the time. I sleep in my crate and my fosters are teaching me the word "room" for when it's time for bed. Sometimes I get a little nervous and need to bark but my foster just says "it's bedtime Disney" and I quiet down. I will do my best to never potty in your house, the yard is for potty the house is for napping. If I sound like the most perfect girl for you please send in an application to hswctn.org!
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