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Lately my tail has been up almost all the time. But when I first arrived at this here foster home, I had that "guilty" look, eyes downcast, tail mostly tucked in . And I was very quiet so that I would not appear to be "mischievous". I am only a pup, around a year, and I love to play and sometimes also grab something to chew on. If I cannot find another dog's tail to play with.
I was born in South Carolina, and not long ago I ended up in a shelter there. Good for me, the shelter does a lot to find us a rescue further north, and so one day very early in the morning the staff "loaded" 21 of us into a big white van - you can see the photos here and drove us all the way to Scranton PA!
Of course I am all up to snuff on vaccine, fixing and heartworm prevention. I am average in size, around 40 lbs, and my coat is a frizzy rough curly type, not hair, I have a permanent Poodle look without the fuss of grooming. To top it off, I have some strands of pearly-silver hair on my back. Looks like I spent hours at Groomingdales to get my coat "frosted". If you ask me, I think I am a Poodle Retriever cross, maybe a Silverback Doodle. I have not tested the river behind the house, just too cold right now. I am very neat in the house and in my crate. And I love other dogs.
Because I have a coat and not hair, I am not considered "hypoallergenic" like dogs with hair such as poodles. Their hair keeps growing and needs to be trimmed ever so often.
All our foster dogs are in private homes. An approved adoption application is required before we can set up a meeting for possible adoption. Please read about the adoption process