Hey there! My name is Lincoln and I'm a sweet white pittie with a single brown spot above my tail. I came from Oklahoma with my littermates; there were five of us total, all boys. That's a lot of roughhousing! My two brothers and I are in the same foster home together and it's very fun to have playmates. I love to wrestle with my brothers, but I will also crawl into your lap to snuggle if given the chance.
I was born in rescue so I've never really known a bad day. I'm super close to being potty trained even though I'm super young. I'll even wake my people up with a whine if I need to go out in the middle of the night. I'm a smart boy but my foster mom says it's hard to teach three puppies tricks! I love to chew on things – sticks, bones, treats, toys, my brothers. I also love running around my backyard. There's so much to see outside! I'm usually the first one to want to come back in when we're playing outside, so I may need a supply of super cute fall sweaters in the future. I don't like to be cold!
In my foster home I live with two adult pitties and my brothers and I thought the female was our mom for the longest time. She didn't like it when we tried to nurse on her! But she likes us well enough. We follow her around the back yard and she shows us all the good spots to sniff. The grown dogs also let us nap in their comfy backyard beds which is really nice in the lovely fall weather we're having! I also live with two human kids who think I'm really cute (I don't blame them). I have sharp little puppy teeth and I don't know how much they hurt so my future family will need to watch me around younger kids. I've spent most of my life playing with my brothers, and we play rough, so I'll need some gentle reminders that humans are NOT puppies!
I love it at my foster home with my silly brothers but I'd love to have a family of my own. My ideal family will play with me a ton and let me snuggle and nap with them when I'd like. I'd also really love for them to take me to training so I can learn how to be the best boy I can be. If you want to be my forever family, fill out an application – I'd love to meet you!