Privet! That’s hello in Russian. Yes, I am a bilingual poodle. People say you have the best chance of learning a second language when you are young, since I’m 9 mos old I guess I qualify. As you can see, I have a bit of an underbite. That is why I lost my first home. That makes no sense since I am such a handsome boy in my big boy haircut & I prance when I walk (though I don’t walk much, I usually RUN). My second home couldn’t keep me due to subdivision rules, so here I am, in a foster home, looking for my forever home….PLEASE! Because in my short life I have lost so much, I am a bit of a Velcro dog with my foster mom, but when established in a forever home I’m sure I will work myself out of some of that. I am working on housetraining, and you know poodles are smart, so I’m confident I will get that in no time. I just need to stay in one place long enough to get the routine down. It only took me 1.5 days to learn the doggie door at my foster home.
My many foster siblings are great, the problem is they don’t love me. They are smaller than me so I sometimes run them over & jump on them. Not on purpose, I just get excited. I have energy to burn & when I get to running & playing my foster mom says I am a hoot. A forever home with a very active family that would include me in their outings and/or a four legged friend that loves to play, & one with LOTS of toys & bones would be the perfect place! Going for walks is something I enjoy very much & am good on a leash. At bed time my foster mom has let me sleep in her big bed…..I just stretch out against her & snooze away. If you think I sound like the mal’chik (boy) for you, go to our website at www.aaprescue.org and complete an application. I am up to date on all shots, heart worm negative, on heart worm preventative, microchiped, de-wormed, and neutered.