Noodles says "this is my sign for LOVE!" I was born deaf. Do you like me still? It doesn't bother me. I watch you to see what you want me to do. Yep, I am very smart.
They tell me that I am a special designer dog as I am the only one of my kind, they say I am a Bicoodle. With my new breed name I feel like a new young guy, not quite 5 years old, and I love to play with toys, run around the yard and cuddle with my foster parents. Do you have those shiny food bowls? I have made up a new game. I scatter them around the kitchen and swipe them around. It is so fun. Oh and love to find the bottom of the water dish. I have a good time. Maybe you want to be my permanent cuddle partner? Rub my belly and i will smile at you. I am neutered, up to date on my shots and microchipped. I’d like to be with another dog who is the boss of the house. I would do best in a home with no young children and where the humans understand dog training techniques.
I have been trained by the best trainer there is, so I know all of my manners. I am also house broken. What more could you ask for? I am fun and happy, just waiting for you to come to take me home!
Go to www.foster2home.org for guidlines to adopt and fill out an application below this. Call 224-400-9948 for information from his foster mom. Leave a message and she will contact you. Thank you!
Meet all of our wonderful rescued dogs at our Clear the Foster Home Event on Saturdays, from 10am to 1pm at the Petsmart located at 101 E. Euclid Ave., Mt. Prospect, IL
For applications to adopt go to www.foster2home.org or call 224-400-9948 to leave a message.
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