And no, we’re not talking about the month …
WCAC ID: 60405
“Hi I am November (#60405), a 3 year old spayed love bug, and I am in a foster home waiting for my forever family.
“I live with a 2 and 3 year old, and boy do I love them! They give great belly rubs and lots of treats, which I like. And that will also be a good thing for training me – and while I don’t want to brag, I am already house trained (I sit at the door when I want to go out), crate trained, sleep quietly through the night, know sit, lie down, we’re working on drop it – and I don’t get on furniture unless I am asked. I also am pretty good on a leash once I get all my sniffing out (which is a vital part of any dog walk – there’s all that pee-mail they have to check).
“I listen very well to gentle corrections, so I think you’ll find it easy to help me learn how to be the perfect dog for you! I am very attentive to my people, love my daily walks and just hanging around with the family. I’ve also enjoyed walks in the park with other dogs, but slow introductions with new dogs are always important.
“My foster family thinks I’m pretty great, and bets you will think so too!
“Love bug November, signing off for now – until you come meet me and maybe find I’m the right new dog for your family! Contact my foster family directly at firstname.lastname@example.org”
The WCAC is always full of great animals looking for their furever homes. They are located at 820 Beacon Lake Drive and open daily from noon to 6:00 p.m. You can also check out the adoption gallery to look for your new love.