My biggest accomplishment is figuring out the house-training rules. I am so reliable and I wait at the door to go outside. Even though I sleep through the night without potty breaks, I like to go outside every 2-3 hours until I’m a little older and can "hold it" for longer.
You wouldn’t believe that I will sit so calmly before meals and wait for the cat to finish her food so I can lick the bowl clean. Actually, my three foster siblings and I eat together and in close proximity, but we never try to take each others’ food or anything!
There are a few other dogs in the house, so there are lots of other toys to play with and we never fight over our favorites. The Frisbee is a very cool thing and I think it will be the best toy to chase when I am bigger and faster.
I also like playing tag with my foster sister, but she’s still too quick for me. We sleep together and explore the yard together, yet I do like getting individual cuddles from my foster parents. I like it when they pick me up and give me special attention. It's so wonderful!
Last week, I got my nails trimmed and that wasn’t a big deal at all! And, when the weather is warmer, my foster Mom wants to give me a bath. So, I’ll let you know how that turns out!
If you think I would be a great addition to your family (I really would, you know!), fill out one of ARF's adoption applications for me! I love my foster home, but I can't wait until I have my very own forever home to call my own! You can find the application here: http://www.arf.ab.ca/adopt/dog-adoptionform.php
OH! I almost forgot! There is a really cute video of me playing with pine cones on ARF's Facebook Page... you should go check it out! www.facebook.com/ARFAlberta