WCAC ID: 104287
Such a cool looking one year old Am Staff. These pictures show just a hint of the personality you know is hidden behind those eyes.
I’d write more, but his foster mom says it so well in his bio.
“My name is Beanie and someone once described me as a “big ball of happy”. My foster mom completely agrees with this description. She says walking with me is like walking with a movie star. Not only am I a stunning boy, I also remind people of the dog Petey from the Little Rascals.
“I love being with my people, and will be there to assist with any household chores that need done. Well, I may not be a big help, but I will stay by your side and give you snuggles as you work. I have been a great companion to all of the foster dogs in my foster family. My foster mom will show you how to properly introduce me to new friends if you already have a dog in the family.
“I am a big guy, so I will probably do best with older children; although, I have been a sweetheart to the children I have met on walks. Speaking of being a big boy, I have to admit that I pull on the leash during walks. I am fully housetrained, and I am good about going in my crate at night to sleep. I haven’t ever met a cat, but I am a squirrel chaser, so I may be a cat chaser, as well.
“My foster mom has spent a lot of time making sure that I have grown up to be a good boy and that my skin is healthy. If you have the time to devote to continuing my training, please contact my foster mom 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.