Ojeah to our rescue family! He writes: My name is pronounced Ohh-Jay, but I just have a fancy way of spelling it!
No sad stories for me. My family thought I needed a family that had more time to spend with me. It was hard on me when they got busy and their lives took them here, there and everywhere. And I got tired of being left behind.
I have always lived with other dogs and kids. I love kids! I loved all the other dogs too, but I definitely get along best with the ladies. So, my perfect family will have female dogs only.
I see a couple surgeries in my near future and then I will be looking through the applications for a family that can include me when they go for a walk, take a vacation, or go for a drive. Riding in the car is one of my favorite things to do. I can just see me riding in a convertible with my fur blowing in the wind!
9/21/20 Update: I’m loving my time out of the clinic and thrilled to be in my foster home! Foster mom stopped at Bucee’s on our way home and I got to try some brisket, way better than dog food. I got along great with all my foster sisters instantly and I can’t wait until they are ready to wrestle and snuggle with me. I still have a lot to learn, I know my name but that’s about it. I’ve already been caught jumping on the coffee table so I need to learn where I can be and where I cannot be. Personal space? What’s that? I want to be on you and licking you ALL the time, so foster mom and dad have to set some boundaries. Couch life is the best. I’ll check in later to let you know how things are going!