Hi! My name is
Terrier, American Pit Bull/Retriever, Labrador/Mix
Date of Birth
August 31, 2020
I will keep you very warm this winter because I am an exceptionally good cuddler.
I had a careful introduction to the resident dog. We go together like peas and carrots and boy do we LOVE to wrestle. I really love him and will give him so many baths. I am super sweet that way. We will sleep together on the couch and at night with our foster parents. I am ok to say hi to the cats nose to nose but when they run…I feel i would be better in a home without cats.
Things are very new at my foster home. I have been discovering what is a toy and what is a shoe. I am uncertain of strange people and dogs when I go out. Cheese helps me work through things when I am not so sure of the new beings around me. I feel more confident when my resident dog is out with me which requires both of my adults. My foster parents are very hopeful that I will not worry about strangers so much in time.
It is really new to be in a neighborhood. It is a neighborhood full of squirrels. I will tell you all about those squirrels when cheese just is not distracting enough. My foster mom marvels at my sweetness even when I have so much to say. She is convinced that the white tip on my tail is where I was touched by an angel. As I’m still getting used to all the things, I would greatly benefit from a securely fenced yard, this can serve as my safe space and a barrier between me and those pesky squirrels!
The first few years of my life held darkness and my foster home is giving me all the love they can till I get to my furever home, which is very easy to do because I am so lovable! So get ready for cuddles, baths and a heart of gold because you will wonder how your home was ever a home before I was there.” – xo, Ray
Good with Cats?
NO CATS PLEASE!
Good with Dogs?
Dog Selective, may do best as an only dog
Good with Kids?
Kids 16+ Recommended
Do I Need Special Care?
Yes, Behavioral Special Needs - Ray benefits from slow introductions to new people, crouching down, treat and retreat. He is also reactive to other dogs while on leash, fear based.