Guess what I’m learning from my big furry foster brother? That it’s relaxing to find something to chew on and then take it to foster dad’s lap to sit for a while. He doesn’t mind!
My foster parents say I’m “housebroken.” That’s a funny word. Anyway, I can sleep all night without having to break out of the house, I guess.
Rudy, my furry foster brother, and I are best buddies. I follow him around a lot. We play together, even in the snow. Then we come inside and lie side by side to snooze a bit. Being on a leash is fine with me, though for the most part, Rudy and I play in the yard. There’s another dog in the house, a girl. Even though she’s older than Rudy and me, I’ve become the dominant pooch. I am a mix, so it’s not known what my breed is, but I have the true golden personality.
Giving kisses to people and getting attention from them are some of the best times of the day. I’ve discovered very quickly that I love humans.
Just so ya know, during my first few months of life, I lived as a stray. Perhaps for that reason I guard my food. My foster parents feed me separately from their other dogs. I show my determination by looking over my should while I’m eating; my lip goes up too, but I’ve never shown aggression to the other dogs or the cat. Humans, I don’t mind if they come near my food dish—they gave it to me!
Oh, I get a little car sick. Foster mom is thinking I just shouldn’t eat before going for a drive.
I’m being trained. Oh, boy. But it’s painless cause foster mom and dad know how to do it. When they leave the room, I bark. They’re working with me so I can learn to be calm and not make demands through noise making. Growing up isn’t real simple, but I can do it! Besides, when I do the right thing, I get a treat!
I’d love to have a home, a forever home, with a family to love always. Do you think I’d make a good addition to your family?
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