Hello, my name is Larry. I am awfully shy. I used to be a feral dog, so I worked really hard at avoiding people. My plans for living a life out on my own were foiled the day I was captured. Now I don’t know quite what to make of living among the human population.
I’m getting used to walking on a leash and living in a neighborhood with a lot of human activity. I’m told that I am quite a handsome dog and that my fur is soft and luxurious to the touch. But I don’t like being petted or approached by strangers. I’m an introvert. I prefer one-on-one interactions with humans that I can trust. Being petted is a relatively new experience for me, which I am warming up to. You can pet me if I trust you.
I would prefer to live in the woods, in a tranquil and peaceful home. I am very soulful and introspective. I like to sit in silent contemplation. I ponder what it means to be ‘a good dog’ and why humans have such loud appliances. I value my alone time, but I also enjoy your quiet company. I like being read to. I feel most comfortable in nature. Long meandering walks along an isolated wooded path are my favorite moments that I cherish.
On the topic of what it means to be a ‘good dog’… I am house-trained. I do not bark. I am completely content being left alone while you go to work. I will not chew your slippers or shoes, although I might “borrow” something of yours and place it next to my bed. I will not go through your trash nor chew your furniture. I appreciate routines.
I am a low-maintenance dog that thrives in nature. I like meeting other dogs, but there is usually a human attached to that dog. I briefly lived with a younger confident female dog and she helped me feel more confident exploring the world. Having a companion dog will definitely help me thrive. Just remind the other dog that I like my alone time, too. I am looking for a human who appreciates my serene nature, enjoys my presence and will provide me with a safe and quiet environment.
Living among humans might not be so bad after all. Contact my foster mom today to learn more about me.
All Brother Wolf animals are spayed/neutered, microchipped, and up-to-date on vaccinations before adoption (if species appropriate).
Application and counseling is required prior to all adoptions.
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Please note that visual breed identification of companion animals has been proven to be unreliable, so for most of our animals we provide a best guess at predominant breed or breed mix. We get to know each of our animals as an individual and do our best to describe and place pets based on personality not breed label.
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