What I have learned: I am smart and willing to please. I already knew sit. And not having any accidents in the house or in my crate. I have really been coming in to my own with playing - Call me Huck Norris because I throw around squeaky toys and wrestle with them like a champ. I am learning down. And my foster mom keeps making me sit next to her on the couch but I am just as happy on the floor at her feet. I like to lick faces too.
Other things I like to do for fun:
Sun myself on a kuranda bed in the yard. It is also good to use as a trampoline for my Huck Norris moves.
Rubber squeaky toys & rope balls – They’re so much fun but I have to learn to share when asked to. Chasing my foster sisters – hey, they chase me so all is fair in the chase game.
Eat Treats – I don’t discriminate. I like peanut butter, crunchy ones, chewy ones, hooves, bully sticks. Going for walks & car rides! – Don’t let me being a tripod distract you. Running has been limited as I am recovering from Heartworm treatment til 12/11. I also like squirrel spotting.
Overall Personality: I am a sweet heart, total 100% sweet heart. I will sit and just look at you when you pet me. I am comfortable in new surroundings and parks and like to meet new people! I love exploring the house. There are so many interesting things to sniff and you never know where some treat will be hidden.
I like to play. I can entertain myself but I love for you to watch and be amazed at how I can squeak a toy. Or chase a ball. I love tennis balls (is that a given since I am a lab?). I also like to just chill. I sleep through the night and am quiet when in my crate. After play, I like to sleep by the TV. But if you get up, I may follow you just so I don’t miss a thing.
Basic commands: Good Morning = wake up. Outside. Inside. Sit (especially with treat in hand). Get down. No/Stop. Who’s Hungry (dinner)?
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