What-Eeeever! What really matters is that I am the sweetest girl. I always want to be close to my person. I want to please my person. I respond right away when my person speaks to me. I am very affectionate- I give kisses and love to sit with my person and snuggle and sleep in the big bed under the covers. I am a very happy girl -mostly I just want to be with my person and make them happy.
I like other dogs too, so if you have other fur kids that's ok too. Right now I have a 10 pound foster sister and we get along well, although sometimes I am a bit bouncy for her (did I mention I am a happy girl?). I also get along with dogs bigger than myself, so any size fur brother or sister would be fine.
I've also heard my foster mom tell people that she doesn't understand how I ended-up in the shelter because it is very obvious that at some point I was loved. That someone spent time working with me because I am 110% house trained.....Since I have been with my foster mom, I have never had an accident and I walk so nicely on leash and am so responsive to commands. I also know how to use a doggie door! She also says that because I am really food motivated (?? doesn't everyone like food ??) and willing to please I would make a great agility or obedience dog. I think I would also like that game called Barn Hunt that my foster sister plays. But really, I'd be happy to play whatever game my person wants as long as they play it with me. And if there is food involved, well, that would be great too! And if my person doesn't want to play such games, well I am ok with that too. I am very calm in the house and happy to just snuggle and watch tv. Only problem is I don't have a person of my own.
I really like to be with my person so my ideal home would be one where someone is around much of the time or where I could go to work with my person. Does that sound like you? Will you become my fur-ever person?
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