Adopt Giggle a Gray/Silver/Salt & Pepper - with White German Shepherd Dog /
Oro Station, ON
💥💥⚡️⚡️⚡️⚡️ DRUM ROLL PLEASE FOR MY 1st APPEARANCE *** 🛑GIGGLE🛑 I have been here in the south in my foster home for about 48 hrs now, but I am a very smart girl and am picking up on the rules pretty good. I went to see this very nice lady yesterday who gave me some treats and said I was very wonderful so I gave her some kisses too. I was such a good girl, she said it’s never nice to talk about a girls age but I don’t mind, I’m about 1 1/2yrs young, female, shepherd mixture. She gave me some needles and said now I have my vaccines and micro chip. I hale from Moosanee and weigh in at about 35 pounds. The nice news is I have not had 1 accident in my crate or the house since arrival! Speaking of the crate, it will take me time to get used to it. I now go in on my own but I do whine and bark and paw and even try and chew the bars sometimes. Today was better than yesterday. Foster mom says I have to stay in there sometimes even when she is home so I learn it’s my “safe spot.” Foster mom had to take the top blanket off my crate as I tried pulling it inside, silly me. As the 1st night I wasn’t very quiet at all, last night foster mom moved my crate to her room for the night. I slept all night without a peep. There is another full grown male dog living here and we get along fine. I have met lots of dogs on my walks and no problems. There is a cat living here as well but I am way to intrigued by him. Also by all the cats and squirrels on my walk so no small creatures in my forever home for me!! Also be mindful around kids. I like people and haven’t knocked anyone over but have been known to jump up on adults a couple of times so must be closely supervised. Foster mom says this behaviour can’t be tolerated and I should stop, so I have gotten better already!! You will notice the picture of me standing on my hind legs like a kangaroo. That’s what I do when I am intrigued about an animal I see or kids on bikes or skateboards. My leash skills are improving all the time also. I was a wildcat the 1st time. Now I listen and am learning to sit before crossing roads. I am an energetic, inquisitive girl who needs to learn manners as in not grabbing things on the way by or putting paws on the table or counter or people. I am very smart so with proper training and guidance, I’m sure I will get the hang of this southern lifestyle in no time. What do you think? Am I the 1 you have been looking for?If so go to www.findingthemhomes.com and fill out and application for me Giggle. It is very important I don’t get too much attention in the 1st couple of weeks. Only what I need for training and guidance. This isn’t mean, it is for the best for me down the road. This includes having a leash on me in hand inside and outside so I get to learn your boundaries and for my safety.
American White Shepherd
September 11 on Adopt-a-Pet.com