Are you looking for a companion who's ideal day may start by ordering bacon at the McDonald's drive through window, then watching some TV, followed by a nap and then running games in the fenced in back yard to work off that bacon? If so, then I'm your girl! I'm Yoyoma, a four year young, 50 pound, beautiful American Bulldog mix.
My foster family loves my sweet disposition and my tail -- it's always wagging! Two of my favorite things are playing and snuggling up with people. I absolutely love playing in the back yard and enjoy walks too. And I am quite the athlete. I love running games. I play hard and then hit the couch hard. Daily exercise is a must in my life so a fenced yard is highly desirable. In my foster home, I am house trained and crate trained. Hey, I am an adult. I know how to behave and I have good house manners in my foster home. I know some basic obedience and thrive on routines, so I can be my best dog self if my new family continues these practices with me. Routines rule. I am ready and willing to be your best friend. I like my foster's older grandchildren and they like me too. Just so you know, I love my people SO much that I prefer to be your only dog. Score! I will be best matched with an experienced dog person who will love me as much as I love them and who will take very good care of me, and who knows how to deal with me when other dogs are encountered. Sometimes I can be dog selective. Hey, what can I say? I am a nice girl. What's wrong with a girl being selective?
One teeny weenie item to note is that vet visits are not my favorite thing so I wear a muzzle when I go to keep everyone happy.
Check out my featured adoption video here. It's really good, isn't it? I was a good mom.
Here is another video of me having some fun with toys. I can entertain myself.
And guess what, I am SO special that I am eligible for an extended trial adoption. You check me out and I check you out. If that all sound great to you, let's meet. Please apply to adopt me today.
This dog's bio is based off the experiences of the foster and/or volunteers of OPH as well as any information that we received from the shelter or previous owner. This is very important because it means that while they may act one way in the foster’s home, you may experience something different in your home.