I am a sweet senior boy looking for my forever home. I will need another dog in my new home because I am a bit anxious when on my own. I would also like someone who is home more often than not because I will bark sometimes when no one is home. My foster dad has taught me so much while I have been with him and he says I will make a family very happy.
I love to go for walks and play with my special squeaky ball. Other toys really don’t interest me much. Car rides are a lot of fun, and I have been known to sniff foster dad’s head when he drives.
They tell me that I am nine years old, but I sure don’t feel that old. When we are out on walks, I have lots of energy. In the yard I run around a little bit but then I prefer to lay down with my ball. I am pretty mellow in the house, but when I wake up from a nap, my tail wags 100 miles per hour to let you know it’s time to have some fun. Did I tell you that my tail is always wagging? It wags when we walk, it wags when I am being petted, it wags when I want attention, it wags when I sit next to foster dad. I don’t think my tail stops wagging.
I have been working on my manners when taking walks. I will bark at people and other dogs a lot on walks, but foster dad has been teaching me that I need to be calm and look at him when I get worried and want to bark. I take some medication to help me since I get anxious and want to bark at everything. Foster dad has some great training tricks that help me and he can show them to you too.
Foster dad says I am a beautiful dog. When watching me run in the yard I look so graceful with my long limbs, that he says I look like I float when I run. I can’t wait to have a forever family to call my very own.
Male, 9 Years Old