I also enjoy laying on the deck watching all the wildlife: birds, ducks, deer, raccoons, fox—I have great eyesight! Of course, I bark at them and chase them sometimes. It is so funny to scare them away.
I do get excited to go for a walk when foster mom gets the leash out. We have met all kinds of people during the walk, including small kids, and I am doing okay with them. But children in my forever home should be at least 13 years old and respect me.
Foster mom suspects that I did not meet many dogs in my earlier life, so I am a little nervous around another dog. It took me a while to get used to my foster brother Douglas. We do not play or interact a lot, but I am no longer afraid of him. If you have a calm resident dog I think we will get along, but it may take me a little longer to settle.
I now weigh 56 pounds—my perfect weight. My next focus is to build muscle like my fur brother Douglas! Foster mom walks us twice a day, plus we play fetching games in the back yard. If she does not throw a ball, I find my own entertainment by chasing her hens!
I am also interested in my feline foster brother. I follow him a lot; foster mom calls it chasing but I do not agree! I swear I am not going to hurt him. I am just curious about him; he looks so different from me. If you have a cat who is afraid of a dog, then think it over; your cat may not like me as you do.