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At A Glance
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Well, I'm here to tell you that this real Golden Life is just the bomb and really rocks. I came from an auction in Missouri and I am thought to be around three years old, so I have probably had several litters of puppies already. Well, no more. I weigh 64 lbs. I will be spayed toward the middle of October, so I will not be available for adoption until then. When I first got to my temporary foster home, I was pretty scared and nervous, just because I did not know what was going on. I still get a little nervous, but I have come so far in just the three weeks that I have been here. I know my name and come when I am called. I am kenneled when no one is home and I sleep in the bedroom at night with the door closed. When is it time to get up, I need to go out and potty right away, or I tend to piddle at times if I have to wait to go out.
Foster Mom and Dad live in the county, and Foster Mom took me for a walk down the driveway to get the mail to see how I would do. It was kind of scary. I walked pretty well on the leash, but would stop every once in a while on the way down. On the way back, I did really well, but was still a little nervous at times. My favorite thing to do is to lay on my back with my feet up so you can rub my belly. I also like to be brushed. I get along real well with the resident dogs and the other two foster brothers that are here. I basically ignore the cats. I like laying on the cool tile kitchen floor. I sleep there a lot. I love just laying on the grass in the backyard.
Foster Mom is trying to teach me to sit, but all I want to do it lay on my back so she will rub my belly. Today, for the first time, I put my front legs on the counter to see what was going on. Not sure what I was looking for, but when Foster Mom told me to get down, that we do not do that, I listened to her. Keep watching me here. When I get to my permanent foster home, they will see how I am doing there and will tell you more about me.