I’m good at communicating with my eyes since I can’t really talk (the only word I know is “woof,” and I don’t bark hardly at all, if ever). People say I have really pretty eyes because they’re the color of honey. I’m not sure what honey is, but people seem to like it. Anyway, people usually know what I want if I just look at them. It’s a cool superpower I have.
Besides my dashing good looks, my foster hoomans like my relaxed schedule of napping on my own bed (I’m trained not to get on furniture) and sunbathing outside. They say I’m really easy to take care of because I just like to hang out. They also like my car riding skills. Take me anywhere, I’m very calm in the car and love to feel the wind in my ears while we listen to some good tunes together.
Just like a true hipster Austinite, my favorite treats are farm fresh green beans! Gotta keep my figure for all the hipster ladies out there!
Oh gosh, that’s hard. Any stuffed animals with a squeaker, for sure. I love those little guys. Long walks are awesome, especially if there’s a creek nearby where I can swim. Couldn’t go without those. Can I pick another? I could never do without my favorite people. I like to be in the same room with them, if I can. I don’t mind being home alone, but it sure is nice when they are here to keep me company!
"Resting my eyes" for a few hours at a time. Like I said, I’m a pretty chill guy. If I could find someone who liked naps as much as me, we would be a match made in heaven.
If it’s a night in (and it usually is), my foster mom and I are watching a romantic comedy. “Must Love Dogs” is my favorite, but I’m not picky. I’m happy to let my family choose the movie. I’m resting on my bed close to the couch, surrounded by stuffed animals and snacking on my very own marshmallows. I let the hoomans have the movie popcorn.
Someone that wants a dog who is house trained, is very calm at home, and walks well on a leash. Hey, that’s ME! And someone who digs giving me gentle belly rubs. I need YOU to help me find a forever home after almost three years at the shelter. Come meet me – I’m the best!