I think this is where I introduce myself, right? I’m 8-year-old, 99 lb. Bowser new to GPRA because my humans recently crossed over their rainbow bridge. Yes, it’s very sad, we loved each other so much. They taught me to potty outside, bought me chews, comforted me during those scary things you call thunderstorms, and kept me company (I don’t like being alone). My foster family has two lovely pawsome ladies that I don’t mind staying home with. I think I might just prefer a family that has some dog siblings for me to hang out with. I’m a pretty low-energy guy and fortunately am easy to recall because I do like running loose. I bet nice fenced yard would be OK, too if it comes with lots of attention and ear rubs. I know my basic good-dog commands and enjoy sleeping on cool surfaces like tile. I heard my family tell others I’m good with cats, strangers, children, and other dogs. Oh, and I like car rides—probably because of that not being alone thing I already said. Do you have room in your heart and house for much loved senior having to find a new family? If yes, or even if it’s just maybe and you want to know more, email firstname.lastname@example.org or click “Apply to Adopt” below.
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