Krinkle (#3621) here. I am about 3-years old and I’ve been busy learning the ropes since I arrived from So. Korea. My foster mom says I am one of the smartest dogs she has ever had the pleasure to foster. (Awww…shucks.) She also says I get bored easily and need to have a job, maybe something like agility training or scent work. I need lots of daily exercise…my foster family runs me in the field with a quad, plays ball with me, etc.
I am sweet, very loving and passed my obedience classes with flying colors. I love the water so swimming is good exercise for me. I can entertain myself in a preformed plastic kiddy pool as well as a larger body of water.
Being a younger boy, I still have a little trouble with impulse control…I am getting better and can be easily redirected.
I possibly need to be the only dog, depending on the personality of the other dog, and to have someone home a good portion of the time. I am still an avid chewer (anything I can get my teeth into) and can’t be left in the house by myself – and at 85 pounds, I am too big to crate.
My foster mom says it will take a very concerted effort to keep me busy, at least until I outgrow puppyhood. She also says I am worth the effort. It will take some time and a lot of patience to turn me into a perfect pet but I know I would be welcomed him without hesitation as a permanent member of my foster family if they didn’t already have a full house.
I hope you’ll consider adding me to your active family.