Seems like there are a lot of kids coming and going around this house and so far, I like everybody. I don't jump up on people to greet them (which I hear is not a polite thing to do) so I just wait for them to pet me.
I have not had a single accident since I have been here. When I have to go out I am pretty vocal about it. Almost too vocal! When my foster family asks me if I have to go outside I like to say yes, like a million times. I do this by barking and barking until they take my out.
They have been trying to say one bark is enough but, I don't quite understand yet. I feel like it kind of irritates them when I do this, so I hear talk about working on this issue.
Another thing I guess I have to work on is getting used to a crate. I don't think I have ever had to spend time in one of those, so I am definitely not used to it. We tried it here and I did not care for it so I barked and barked and found a way out.
My foster mom was surprised to see me waiting for her at the door when she came home. After that I was allowed free roam and that is what I am most comfortable with. I don't get into anything and really just hang out with my foster sister until someone in the family comes home.
One other thing I thought I should add is I don't have a ton of experience on a leash. I tend to pull quite a bit when we are out for a walk. At this point the only one who can walk me is my foster mom or dad. This too will need to be addressed.
I think a few obedience classes just might do me some good. If you are willing to do that with me, please consider adding me to your family. I will return the favor with lots of kisses and snuggles on the couch.