Well, I have been in my foster home for about a month now and I have been a real sweetheart. Foster mom and dad have had company a couple of different times and I have really enjoyed them. I still have not met the 2 kids that live across the road to see how I get along with kids, but foster mom says that she sees no reason why I would not get along really well with kids. As long as they would pet me and pay attention to me, I'm sure would love them. :) :)
Foster mom found out that I have always lived with other dogs and there are several here for me to pal around with. Every night I sleep with Peanut. Foster mom tested me out to see what I would do if there were no other dogs here. A few times after we went out to go potty, she let only me in the house for a little while. I looked all over the house for the other puppers but could not find them. When I could not find any of them, I started to mope around. Foster mom let the other puppers in and boy was I glad to see them. So foster mom says that I need to go to a home with at least one other dog or I will not be happy. I would not be happy being the only dog in the house unless I was with my human ALL the time.
Foster mom has been working with me on taking treats more nicely than I do. It is a work in progress but I am learning. Who says that you cannot teach an old dog new tricks? Hehe.
Here are a few pictures of me with my resident pals. As I said earlier, Peanut is my sleeping buddy and we sleep together every night. The only resident dog you do not see me with is B.J. He will be 14 on the 21st of this month and he stays to himself a lot. He gets a little cranky at times, so we just leave him alone. I run and chase around with Peanut in the backyard and she is somewhere around 3 1/2, but I fit in really good here, as three of the resident dogs are just like me.......an Old Gold.