So it was quite the shock when I ended up in rescue. I was very nervous and wasn't quite sure what to do. After a few days of good food, a warm place to sleep, and lots of love I decided I like it here and began to flourish. I became a member of the pack and have the routine nailed down. I like going outside and playing with the other dogs but listen to my name well and come when called. I love being indoors and have recently began going upstairs with my fosters and wanting to be in the bedroom with them. I have been on the couch and will probably be a couch potato once I finish coming out of my shell. I am super super happy when I see you and my tail wags so fast that my whole body goes with and I keep nodding my head at you showing my adorable crooked teeth, thus my nickname. My fosters say that I am irresistible when I do that..and I do it often so I may have them wrapped around my paw ;)
I am great in the house and am left the run of it when my fosters are out. I am good with other dogs, cats, and I am housebroken. I am not a chewer but am starting to discover the toys and all the fun that comes with them! I love chilling in my dog bed and I would love nothing more than a quieter family who likes to go on walks here and there and will give me lots and lots of love! OH, and treats..I loooooooooove treats! My new family does need to have a 6FT OR HIGHER PRIVACY FENCING.
My adoption fee is $200 and I will be fully vetted, neutered, micro-chipped, have my boardatella, negative for heart-worms and erlichia, and I will be current on my heart-worm and flea/tick prevention. If I sound like your new boy please fill out an adoption app at http://www.pyrpawsandfluffytailsrescue.com/adoption-app
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