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FOSTERING PUPDATE – LENNY
Hello, friends, Lenny here, AKA King Leonard the Greytest 👑
Just letting you know am very much enjoying a sunbathe ☀️in my foster home, Thought I’d let you know how I’m getting on.
This week I have learned:
– Am very handsome, I know this because I like to check myself out in their mirror every morning
– If you push down with your foot on pedal thing on bin it reveal tasty lucky dip of snackos
– When hoomans groom you they rub yummy coconut oil into your skin, then you can lick you fur whenever you is peckish
– There is invisible force field between indoors and outdoors, must wait for hooman to open forcefield or will bang your noggin
– Mysterious dog who look awful handsome appear in forcefield when is dark outside, must growl and bark to do him a big scare
– Stairs are tricky but I am now their master
Other things I enjoy include snoozing in my bed, snoozing on the rug, snoozing on the carpet, eating snacks, head pets and tummy rubs.
Things I do not like are vegetables, fruit or any type of green yucky stuff 🥗
Thank you Lenny for your pupdate. Now it’s your foster mum’s turn:
-Lenny has settled really well and sleeps all the way through the night with no toilet breaks or accidents.
-He is amazing, he’s really soppy and loves a cuddle. He’s quite inquisitive and has to check out anything new.
-He’s very food motivated and has been enjoying the mobility and balance exercises we’ve been practicing and likes to chew on pizzle sticks or beef tails.
-Lenny is very calm and walks really nicely on a loose lead. He does freeze sometimes, mainly to watch someone or something in the distance but soon gets moving again.
-Seems really good with other dogs though obviously we haven’t been meeting many people due to current circumstances.
-Lenny thrives on human company. I’ve no doubt he will attach himself to his adopter‘s hip, following them everywhere they go! Although he is currently living with our greyhound, Bea, he’s not overly keen on sharing the human attention so I think he would prefer to either be an only dog.
-He has been great with any children we have met but I don’t think he’d like to share his home with them permanently as he’s more about the quiet life. I’m sure older, respectful children would be no problem
Fostering has been a great way to get to know more about our dogs who are looking for a home to ensure a good match with adopters. If you like the sound of Lenny and might like to offer him a forever home once the lockdown is over, then please give us a ring on 0121 426 4810 or contact us
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