Hi, my name is Acadia. I am the smallest of the National Park pups in size, but not in spirit! I am lively, playful, and adventurous! For example, the first time we came inside our foster home, my sister Sequoia and I were a little confused about the stairs. We cried at first, but our foster mom wanted us to try it. After a couple of attempts, I raced up the stairs while my much bigger sister cried at the bottom for someone to help her!
Everything is still pretty new for me right now. Mostly it’s just eat, sleep, play, repeat, but I’m doing a good job following the routine. I know that when we go outside it’s time to go potty, so I go do my business and then sit by the door to tell my foster mom I’m done and it’s time to get out of the cold. She says I am quite the freeze baby!
I love toys of all kinds – ropes, stuffies, chewies – but the crinkly ones are my favorite. I can be pretty vocal while I’m playing, and I’m learning to not be too mouthy when someone wants to play with me. Turns out fingers are not toys! I think always being the smallest makes me feel like I need to be the loudest or the feistiest to get attention. But once I feel safe and seen, I am as snuggly as they come, and will happily crawl up into your lap for a cuddle.
I would love a family who will teach me to be the best puppy ever! I really like being where the action is, and would love a family who wants me to be a part of it, too! Maybe we could go to training classes together!? And then swing by a puppy friendly coffee shop for a pup cup? Sounds like a plan to me!