My name Fargo and I am told I am a little smarty pants, who has really impressed my foster family with house training. I enjoy being vocal and don't mind telling what I think! I like to play rough, but can be won over with a belly rub. I am a little more reserved in nature, but is still very curious. I am incredibly smart, and learn quickly and enjoy cuddling.
Hi. I’m Sheyenne. I’m new here. And I just have to say…I’m pretty adorable. At least that’s what I’m repeatedly told.
My favorite things I have found so far are snuggling, cuddling and kissing my humans.
I love playing with the two big dogs in my foster house. I adore them, follow them around, wrestle, play, and climb all over them if they’ll let me…which they mostly do. They think I’m adorable too. When they need a break, I can take their hints and that is my cue for a nap.
Any time is a good time for a nap but I have some strict regulations for my naps. I need to be in someone’s arms, or beside a human, dog or cat, or in my kennel, or on a blanket or pillow or bed or couch or on any random part of floor…I’m still working on my list….
I am working on being kennel trained. I might cry for a bit initially but then I get comfy. I also like to be able to go in there just to relax when the door is left open. I have never had an accident when I am in my kennel.
I’m learning to do my business outside. My dog buddies are great at teaching me. I have not been able to figure out how to get down the deck stair so my humans need to help me right now. If I have to go #1 or #2 I always let my humans know by whining which they appreciate a lot. They have learned this now and are able to pop me outside right away or on a pee pad. If I’m bopping around the house and the humans are busy, I will go on pee pads or newspaper if they are laid out. Don’t get too excited though. I’m a baby and bound to have accidents until I am fully trained.
My cat friend who lives here is great. Unlike the other dogs, she will let me snuggle with her as we are the same size. And I don’t try to eat her.
As I become more comfortable in my foster home, I am getting more and more curious and like to check everything out. Anything can be a toy I have found. Like all puppies, I am starting to chew and my humans tie a knot in a facecloth, get it wet and throw it in the freezer for me. Fabulous!
Are you looking for a sweet, smart, lovable and easygoing long term companion for you and your family? Put in an application. Did I mention I am adorable?
While breeds are our best guess, we anticipate these adorable puppies could be part Catahoula Leopard Dog. We encourage all potential adopters to read about this breed prior to submitting an application.
Catahoulas are intelligent, loyal, independent, protective and highly entertaining! Catahoulas require constant mental stimulation and hard physical exercise to be good companions. Most catahoulas require a minimum of one hour running exercise each day. They also require obedience training – they are an assertive dominant breed and can quickly take over a household if given the chance.
Adoption Fee: $250 + 100 spay / Neuter Deposit
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