I’m house-trained and I don't chew on any of your things, but I sure do love my doggie toys! My favorite activities include spooning, running, chewing bones and chillaxing. I’m not a barker unless someone comes to the front door, then I’m better than an alarm as I will alert you to any unwanted intruders. At the same time, I'm friendly to guests and love their attention.
My current family adopted me five years ago, but they’re unable to keep me. My adoptive parents had human kids of their own and since I had never been around kids before, I became a bit confused and nervous; they think an adult-only home would be best for me, so they “returned” me to the rescue.
The rescue will work with my new family, so that my transition is seamless for everyone. In fact, I’m participating in an amazing training program to sharpen my skills and hang with other dogs.
I’m healthy and eager to please my person. I’m the perfect age where I’m old enough to be a total couch potato and watch movies Friday night, but still get my hike on Saturday morning! Let's walk this world together. Ask about me. I really want you to be my forever home!
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