Hey guys, Trogen here and I'm a fence jumper. That's probably why I'm sitting down typing this, which by the way isn't easy to do with these big ol' paws. Anyway, I'm a combo of German Shepherd and Husky. I guess the Husky in me explains the fence jumping habit. I've only celebrated three birthdays and I'm already planning a huge celebration. I am very protective of my family. I've saved my family from many of those pesky bunnies, several squawking birds and even a few bugs. I'll even bark at the door if a stranger comes by. What else can I say...oh yeah, I get along fantastically with other dogs. In fact, I get along so well that that's why I jump the fence...I like the play with the dog next door. He gets to run around all day, taunting me through the fence, so one day I took it upon myself to join him. My brother, Copper, even joined in on the fun. That fun always gets cut short because the neighbor humans don't like us being in their yard. Mom Person has tried her hardest to keep us in our yard, but we enjoy the big open space too much to stay in the yard. So, that's why I'm writing this. My mom wants what's best for both of us and doesn't want us to get hurt. So, if you're looking for an extra heater, lap warmer or indoor watch dog, I'm your guy. Give Mom Person (Val) a call! 918-798-4339
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