Well I'm here. I came in quietly and am the best thing since sliced bread! Oh and as you can see, I make a great study partner.
My foster sister is studying medical terminology and I'm an expert. So i decided to help (she's not the brightest bulb in the pack in my opinion so she needs my help).
So here you can also see my beautiful ear. My foster family laughs at that ear but you know what? It is documented to show intelligence. That's why my foster sister asked me to help.
So let's talk about me, because that's why you're here right? I'll be 4 years old in December and would love to be a lap dog...I try regularly. If complete park on the lap isn't possible, I'm content to just stuff my nose into your arm! And I give kisses :)
So during the day my foster family is gone and you know what? I use a muzzle to make sure I don't get myself into trouble. Even better they have three birds and a cat! The birds are neat but the cat.....she smacks me. My foster mother says she's playing. I'm still scared though! Ok and last but not least.....I can go up steps!!! Going down is a little scary but I'm getting there. Better yet I sleep through the night, but boy when my people get up wooo hoo is it a squeaky toy / stuffy party!
So anyway if you're interested in having me interview you for a possible adoption, please contact Greyhound Rescue and let them know you'd like to make an appointment with me. From there I'll check my availability on my calendar.