Twiggy's AARCS #
Approx. Date of Birth
Medium (35 pounds and gaining)
Good with other Cats
No Known Contact
Good with other Dogs
Good with Kids
No Known Contact
Foster Home In
Previously Adopted (July 22nd, 2012)
Photos courtesy of Marshmallow Photography
Hi my name is Twiggy on the account that I think I missed food for a long while but we are fixing that! The soft doggy beds feel so nice on my bony, little body. I love food and I am very eager to learn/work for it so that is making training really easy besides I am proving to be pretty smart. I will likely be about 40-45 lbs with regular food, so you now just how much dog I am likely to be, no surprises here.
I am supper sweet and happy and I love people and dogs and am learning not to chase squirrels and bunnies, now that?s hard work but less than a week and I?m getting it!
I know how to sit, wait and not to touch things when told. I love, love, love to play so a home with another dog or lots of opportunity to play with other dogs would be the greatest. When I am outside, I hop and bounce around in excitement to get my foster brother to play with me and that?s the only time I have ever barked too, then I do the crazy, chase me run?so much fun.
Have not met any cats or kids yet but foster mom thinks I am so very friendly and eager to please that it won?t be a problem at all.
I am still a bit timid if you grab me or toss something at me but that?s on account of my history?you know a ruff start and all that.
I am house trained, trained myself after the first night, I just needed to know where to go. Excellent manners once I know what they rules are. I am still young and so have lots of energy and want to explore everything. I follow foster mom all over the house watching her and learning. I don?t pester, just follow, I want to be close. I think off leash I will be great too as I do want to be close and keep a close eye on everyone when we are out walking so I don?t get lost. I am good on leash and learning to be a super walker. Mom clipped my toe nails and gave me a bath. I was a bit uncertain but I just stood there like a really good girl, very easy to handle and have around.
I ate a slipper (just plucked the fluffy trim really) and foster mom explained that not everything on the floor is for puppies so were pretty good on that now I think!
Oh and I ride in the car well but I am still a bit unsure of what it?s all about. My foster brother and sister are really helping me to learn to what it all about to live as a happy, loved doggy!
Thanks AARCS you saved my life and now I want to repay you all by being that perfect companion to someone.
So, if you want that perfect size, perfect temperament, and perfect smart?I could be your girl and love you and make you smile for the rest of my life!