Hello, my name is Tilly! I am an adorable brindle puppy and the biggest of my litter. My floppy ears are like my wings and give me a boost when I run!
I’m still working on how to potty outside, but I’m slowly learning how to use the pad if I need to. Tell me about treats, and I am all in! I like those treats to motivate me to learn more tricks. So far I have mastered “sit” and “down”. I know my name so when they call me, I run to my moms right away. Though I might cry a little in the beginning, I actually sleep well in my kennel, especially after a day full of play. My kennel has been my safe place too. I may be a small puppy but I can snore like a big doggie! My foster mom gives me interactive toys and all the squeaky and teething toys while they are at work to keep me busy.
With the help of my foster family, I’m slowly braving loud sounds and big dog barks that used to frighten and surprise me a lot. I haven’t had any interactions with kids yet but my foster mom tells me that I am a cuddly, irresistible good puppy. It took me a few days to adjust with my foster sister, she is a Lab/Retriever mix. My foster mom says she was their only baby until I came in, so it’s pretty much a new experience for all of us. She has big paws and I feel so tiny. At first, I was a little intimidated by her, but when we started playing I could never get enough of her until we both got tired. I want to say I like teasing her and I love playing with her by chasing her with my short legs!
My favorite time of the day is when we spend time outside in the yard when the weather is beautiful, as I love rolling and laying down on the grass. And of course, feeding time! I wait patiently for my food. I love eating! Walking on a leash is not my favorite thing so far but my foster mom is trying to make me be comfortable with it (without chewing it 🙂).
I hope to find my forever home that will be patient with me as I learn in this so-called life. I may be small but I do have a big heart not only for my human family but also for my furry siblings. Could this be you?