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#10025 Remembering Felicia's Monty 2020

Adopted
Medium-size, Male, Adult Shepherd,
Remembering Felicia's Monty 2020 is up-to-date on his shots and has been neutered. Remembering Felicia's Monty 2020 is currently being fostered in Pylesville, MD.

Hi! My name is Remembering Felicia's Monty and I'm part of the Remember Me 2020 transport that arrived on 10-09-20. I'm named after a beloved pet or human that has passed. I'm guessed to be a Shepherd Mix and about 18 months. My foster Mom thinks I'm more of a cattle dog. I'm a sweet Boy and I currently weigh around 40 lbs and am currently being fostered in Pylesville MD. I am like the energizer bunny, with ears to match because I like to be busy. I love to play! I will play catch, tug of war, fetch (though I want to keep the ball) and running. I may even want to try my paw at frisbee because I can catch some air when I get going. I am learning to play nicer with my toys and not get so rough with them. I do make a good alert dog, I will make sure I alert you that someone is at the door before the doorbell. I also am very friendly and I love to meet new people. I get so excited that I jump up to greet them so they don't have to reach down so far. My foster mom is helping me learn to be more patient and not to jump. Speaking of learning I already know sit and lay down. My foster mom is so impressed that we are working on harder commands like come and stay. Of course having those yummy treats in her hand helps me learn faster. I love kids but I can be a bit mouthy when I want your attention and when I really get playing so I would do best with older kids in the house. I do well with other dogs in the house but since I'm exicted to play I may not know when playtime is over. I am so loving and so sweet I just want to have a family to call my own.

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