As for my medical stuff, I am up to date on my shots. I did have a double ear infection, but that is cleared up now. I will be spayed on November 15th and then ready to find my forever home. I am not quite housebroken, but am quickly figuring it out.
I do not like loud noises and will stick close to my foster mom or sisters to feel safe. Sometimes my fosters sisters bark loudly in the yard and that makes me a little unsure, so I stick close to Foster Mom. I sleep through the night in my crate without a peep. During the work day, I am crated and someone comes in at lunch time to gives us a potty break.
Because I came from a commercial breeding situation and missed out of some important human socialization time, I require another large, confident, playful dog in my home; a physically fenced yard; and kids 12 years or older.
I will also require a family that is committed to training me as I am just a puppy, a very excitable puppy, and am very jumpy right now. Foster Mom knows I am just trying to show how much I love being here, but she says I am going to need to stop jumping up, because I am going to get so much bigger and could easily knock someone down. I love to explore that yard and chew on twigs and sticks. Foster Mom has to watch me closely as I tend to eat the twigs, so she has to distract me with appropriate toys. Hopefully, I will grow out of that once my puppy teeth are gone and I am done teething.
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