5 years old
72 lbs - and dropping
Older kids preferred
Great in cars and on leash
Fostered in Spokane, WA
Foster-pop says I’m the Rebel Wilson of dogs.He is right - I've that I’ve got the BIG personality. I snort, I snore, I make faces, I toot, I dance, and I kiss. Not so much a princess – *cockney accent* “I wasn’t raised proppha.” But you want to take me home anyways, because of all the benefits. You won’t need facials anymore: just bring your face within a foot of mine and I’ll exfoliate you in 2 minutes. You can toss your brooms and vacuums: any food that hits the floor and I’m like, “what food?” You won’t need cable: I’m entertaining as heck. All that, plus all the love and devotion I have within me.
Ok, the weight thing. The vet says I should be 60-65lbs. What does he know? I started at 82lbs. I’m currently at 72. I said hello to my waist again this week and I’m feeling really good about that. I had knee surgery 6 weeks ago. I still hop a bit but it should be good as new in another 6 weeks. We go walking and foster-pop calls me “hop-a-long” or “tri-pod.” Yeah, he’s real funny, that one. But I love him. For now, I’m not at my graceful best. When I’m happy (nearly all the time) I do pirouettes in the middle of the living room, if you have Ming vases or kids that weigh less than me, you might want to get them insured.
I love all humans, maybe men a little more. I like the way they smell. Cats are for chasing. Other dogs are a bonus although I like boy dogs better. I get along with girl dogs at a distance, but they say mean things about my weight. Boys are, well boys. Especially if they are not too dominant or even a little submissive (am I right, girls?) I may hafta growl at them at first so they know I’m no pushover, but we’ll all be doing the dog-pile heap in no time.
Leashes? Check - I don’t pull hard; I’m more of a mine sweeper. Cars? Good - especially if I get shotgun. Food? OMG yes – I even share well. I’m generally a happygolucky, whatevercomesmyway gal who smiles all the time.
Oh, one last thing. I was locked up in a shelter for over a month, (Yes, sorry, I’ve done time) and it was loud and scary. I’ve gotten over almost all of it except for big clanking machinery sounds. So unless you live next to a John Deer plant, I’m anxious to come home with you and be your cuddle ninja.
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