Ah, the good life, the life of a foster dog in our household. Yep, that's the same Rocky you see in the earlier post. But now he's clean, comfortable, and happy. We have had the little guy for just over a month now and he has been an absolute joy. He was housebroken that first weekend and has adjusted to our work schedule beautifully and is able to hold it while we're at work. No accidents. He gets along with our Min Pin and he's polite to the cats. Okay, he's mostly terrified of the cats and avoids them at all costs. But he has started to show some interest, if only he could get close enough for a sniff.
Rocky is a quiet and well behaved little guy, and he has "cool hair" as my husband would say. (See the picture below from his rescue day). He has learned to sit before I put down his food bowl, to sit when it's time to come back in from a romp in the back yard, and he crates up when we tell him to. Gotta love that. We were only able to train one other foster dog to crate up on command, and it took him longer than a month. Rocky had that down in about two weeks. He's a smart little guy.
Rocky also discovered the joy of a good squeaky toy and it's now non-stop squeakage at the House of L.
But this may just be our last week with this wonderful little pup. We received an application for him earlier this week and are now in the process of finalizing an appointment for Sunday. His potential adopter is a single man, who is home more than away and has no other pets. He owned a Min Pin and a Yorkie previously (how ironic) so he's used to the small breeds, particularly the small terriers. He has a lifestyle that will allow him to devote plenty of time, love and attention to little Rocky, and that's exactly what we want for our little buddy.
So keep your fingers crossed for us and I'll be sure to post an update next week!!
Thanks for reading. See you at the dog park!