9 years and 7 months old
Hi, everybody! I’m Maggie T., and it’s terrific to meet you. When we meet, I’ll probably give you a paw, which is pyr-talk for “more love, please!” and “how do you do?” I am good with people and meeting new people. I think it’s because I love attention so much! If I’m not giving you pyr paw, I’ll be giving you lots of nose boops. (My GPRA buddies say my nose is heart-shaped!) People tend to like me because I’m housetrained. If I have to potty, I’ll look at you or whine by the door. In my home, I get along well with cats. Kitty-cat housemates are great, and I need slow introductions to any dogs I’ll be living with. Outside of the home, like when I’m on a walk, I do really well with a gentle leader and martingale collar. If you need to go anywhere outside of the neighborhood, I’m good in the car too. To me, though, the best thing in the world is cuddling close to my humans. I like to lean against you or sit beside you and get all the pets you can give me. Anytime you want me to sit by you, just tell me “sit” because I know that command along with “come” and “off.” You see, I really am a wonderful houseguest. When you leave for work, I’m a good girl and can be left in the house without being destructive. But, if you want to take me somewhere, I ride well in the car too. Just look at my picture! I’m happy and smiling because I’m near someone who loves me. Could that be you?
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