Hi everyone. My name is Baby Girl…isn’t that cute? My name fits me well because I’m a sweetheart love-bug, according to my foster mom. I am pretty low energy but can hold my own with my foster brother, who is the same size as I am. I do love playing with him. We like to play tug-of-war and wrestle around together. After playing, I like to lie around in the sun on the porch. Sometimes people walk by the house and it is my job to bark at them. I’m told I could use some work in that area. Sometimes I find men scary until foster mom tells me they are friends, and then I’m good.
I like to go for leash walks and don’t pull foster mom too much but she thinks I could do better. Sometimes I’m like, “Well, there are lots of things to sniff, you know, so let’s get going!” Mostly I just like to amble along and explore all the wonderful smells. I am very, very good with my housetraining; that makes me feel pretty proud. I do need to be encouraged to go potty outside when it’s raining, because I don’t like wet feet. I am not a fan of my crate. I will tolerate it but I don’t like going in it. My foster mom only uses it during storms and on nights she doesn’t want me in her bed. I really do prefer sleeping on a bed or on a couch – who wouldn’t?
I’m described as sweet, easy-going, gentle and playful. If that sounds perfect to you, I’d love to meet you. I’m ready for my forever home!!
Check out the video below of Baby Girl and her pal T-Bone who is also coming up to find a home too.
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