I am so glad to be in this caring foster home, but I would really like to join a family of my own. I am not even two years old yet, but my last owner made me be a mommy three times. That was not exactly fun. One special thing about me is that I am deaf. I am so proud of myself because I have been learning American Sign Language. When I am adopted, I will bring my own ASL dictionary with me so we can learn new signs together.

Since being an inside dog here at my foster home, I have learned to sleep in my own crate at night and I am also housebroken, which they say is very good of me. I love to snuggle up on the couch and watch TV when I am in the house. When I am outside I love to have room to run around. It would be a good idea if you had a fenced yard for me to frolic around in.

I have been to the vet and had all my shots updated and he said I am heartworm negative as well. And I have been spayed, so no more litters of puppies for me... I have had far too many already. I weigh 40 pounds and have a perfect Dal figure in my opinion. Some people say I am small, but I still play with the big dogs.

In fact, here is a picture of me using a big dog as a pillow. We get along great! I am very anxious to please you and show off how smart I am. I love smiles and I will give you hugs in return. There is nothing I like better than being on a warm lap and being stroked. Thanks for stopping by, and I hope I can be a part of your Forever Home.


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