His secret pleasure, when it’s warm outside, is to sunbathe in the brightest patch in the backyard. When it is cold outside, his favorite pastime is to snuggle on a bed next to our largest, 75-lb foster….that is, until we get home. With people around, his first passion is to find a lap to curl up on. He will lay contented there for hours. But when it’s play time, he and our 50-lb foster, Starla, have a friendly wrestle with Eli bobbing and weaving around the towering Starla while Starla plays back intently but gently. He just loves it.
A really good boy, Eli is ready to make a wonderful forever pet. He is house trained, crate trained, neutered and is current on vaccinations.
If you are ready to fill out the adoption paperwork, go to www.barktowndogrescue.org and fill out the adoption application.
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