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Luie's fosterer writes...
Luie is a confident dog who seems to find most things in life pretty entertaining. He is fluent in hound-speak and loves to talk to other dogs as he plays with them — we suspect he’s doing a comedic kind of trash-talking.
Luie’s the ideal companion for an active person or family who would be around him most of the day. A fenced yard is ideal for lots of off-leash play to supplement several daily walks. Luie enjoys tough chewable dog toys, an investment in which will likely ensure your possessions stay intact too.
Luie is a very loving dog and has adapted to his foster home and a wide variety of other dogs in record time. He's great with kids who can handle good-natured frolicking — he doesn’t chew on people but he’s an enthusiastic kisser. Luie does need some basic training though to perfect his leash-walking and obedience skills.
Luie recently appeared on T.V.! Check it out at: http://wjla.com/features/the-pet-show/pet-show-adorable-adoptable-08-11-2017
If you are interested in Luie, consider letting us know by filling out a (no obligation) adoption application (http://www.pgspca.org/adopt/online-adoption-application/).
Luie is NOT expecting to be at the next adoption show, August 19th at the Annapolis PetCo,, although there is always the chance that plans may need to change at the last minute.
NOTE: We are an all-volunteer group and do not operate a shelter. All of our animals are in foster homes. Due to our requirement for a home visit, we generally only place animals within an hour's drive of Washington, DC. Questions can be directed to email@example.com.
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