Must haves in a forever home: Resident mentor dog, fenced in yard.
If you’re looking for a calm and well-behaved, nice boy—I’m your guy!
I appreciate attention from foster mom, so I sit close hoping for petting and snuggles. I do that too when other adults come to visit. Foster mom had a 95-year-old visitor the other day and I gently accepted treats from him. My foster family hasn’t seen me with children, so that is not a certainty. I am a bit shy and timid.
Before living with foster mom, I hadn’t used stairs. I figured them out in a day! I also hadn’t had treats so turned my nose up when they were offered. Are you kidding? What was I thinking? Now, when I see a treat is about to be offered, I smack my lips in anticipation!
I’m house trained, enjoy being brushed, and willingly give up toys—upon request. My furry foster brother and I are best buds; we play inside and out. Speaking of which, a furry sibling should be a member of the family in my forever home and a fenced yard is also needed.
A bit overweight a couple of months ago, I’m now down eight pounds. I’d probably eat more if mom didn’t make sure I’m not tempted by “low-lying” tasties. I don’t put my paws on the counter, but if my mouth can reach food, I’ll go for it.
Mom says I’m good on a leash and walk like a charm. I even lean into mom a bit! Currently I require a little push from mom to get into the car, but she thinks I’m catching on. I come when I’m called. In fact, I’m the first one in when mom calls for Wizzy and me to come inside.
Foster mom describes me as “a gem, a really, really sweet boy.” I would so love to find a forever family to love.