Even though I’m having a lot of fun here what I would really love is to have a furever home of my own. My foster mom said that she would help me and so she sent me to a trainer for two weeks to learn some manners like not pulling on the leash when we go for walks. My new family would need to continue with my training because I’m still a pup after all. I like to chew on things and even though my foster mom bought me some chew bones I occasionally like to steal her slippers. My foster mom tells me ‘no Lucy’ and then she gives me something that I can chew on. It would be great if I had a doggy friend at home to play with but it’s not a deal breaker as long as someone is home to take me out for walks and I get to meet other dogs and play. I haven’t met a dog yet that I didn’t want to play with big or small! Did I tell you that I’m also good with cats? Yup! There’s a cat that lives here and I don’t bother him at all. I learned to use the doggy door in under 10 minutes and I don’t have accidents in the house. I’m not sure yet if I like to swim. There’s pool here but I don’t find it as interesting as the water hose and sprinklers! I just love to run through the water if you hold out the water hose for me.
What I would really really love is if my new family had kids that I could play with. Because I run so fast small kids might not be the best size for me. I adore my foster mom’s 12 year old son. The first thing I do in the morning is run to his room to see if he’s up yet. Sometimes I run besides him on my leash when he’s on his scooter and then we play baseball with his friends.
If you think that you could be my furever family and have been approved then contact your family rep!I will thank you with lots of labby kisses!
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