One of my favorite activities is going to the dog park! And being the polite, friendly hound I am, I make sure to go around and introduce myself to all the people there before getting down to business. When I’m finished with the formalities, I start right in on my “happy dance” – it’s this special little skip-trot move I reserve especially for the most exciting occasions! But whatever I’m doing, I sure don’t let the blindness in one of my eyes slow me down. I don’t even put up a fuss when it’s time for my eye drops. If you throw in a belly rub, I’ll be putty in your hands for just about anything.
Don’t worry about having to teach me new tricks. I already know how to use a doggie door and I’m pretty good at telling time. I never let the dinner hour pass without sounding the alarm! When you’ve been out for a while, I’m not shy about telling you what you missed during your time away either. But, otherwise, I’m not too chatty.
I just hope my new family likes snuggling! That’s right up there with going to the dog park and getting belly rubs on my “to do” list. I wouldn’t mind a single story home though. Stairs aren’t my favorite, but I make do when I have to. Oh, and try not to sneak up behind me; despite my big, beautiful ears, my hearing isn’t always the sharpest. But I bet I’ll still come running when you call to invite me to my forever home! I’ll be listening!