My name is Schmittie (#3082) and I have been in the US since October. My foster parents have a nice big house with a big backyard and 3 other pups just like me to play with. There has been so much for me to learn but I hear that I am a very quick leaner and since I’m a people pleaser I always try my best to listen and understand. My foster mom works with me a lot on not jumping on the counters and I usually try and obey but sometimes the foods just looks so tasty. I have learned that I am supposed to do my business outside but sometimes when my mom goes upstairs and leaves me alone I may have an accident, I am still a work in progress being left alone. I am kennel trained and that is where I sleep at night and also where I eat my meals. I am basically always hungry and when I see that my golden sister is a slow eater I will try and get her to share her kibble with me.
One of the best part of my new home is all the TOYS, I love the toys and playing with my foster siblings. But my favorite part of the day is when my mom gets up in the morning and I get my denta stix (chew stick) and we get to cuddle on the couch. My foster parents said that I’m not “allowed” on the couch but then the other day my mom said “it was a lost cause” which I think means I can get on the couch now.
I’m a simple pup and I just love life. If I could have my way I would follow my foster mom around everywhere she went. My nick name is Cotton Ball because I’m just a big, soft, cuddly cotton ball that LOVES all people. Everyone who meets me always says the I’m the sweetest most gentle dog. My mom laughs cause even though I am very sweet and gentle I am also a hyper young pup who has lots of energy!
I can’t wait to find my forever home!
Oh but also I have some anxiety around new places and stressful situation make me a little sick. But once I adjust I will be just fine.
From my foster Mom: We are still working Counter suffering. She is timid in new situations and can have high anxiety. She really loves to chase the ball and play with my younger pup. She is also very sweet and gentle. She is definitely a big lap dog and will be a total “Velcro” dog. This dog is unlike any dog I have ever had and the person who adopts her is basically winning the dog lottery. She would absolutely be a permanent member of our family if we didn’t have 3 other Golden’s already. Schmittie is “worth her weight in gold” as I tell everyone who meets her.
Adoption fee: $900 plus $35 microchip fee