Hello, I'm Cole

Status: Adopted
Animal Type(s): Puppies
Gender: Male
Breed: Mixed
Current location: Edmonton
Energy level: Medium – High
Good with kids: Unknown
Good with dogs: Yes
Good with cats: Unknown – Most puppies are with proper introductions and training.

Hi my name is Cole (also known as “Baby”) and I am around 8 weeks old.  I may be a mastiff cross and will most likely grow to be a med to large size dog (although I am quite little right now!). SCARS took me in from my community pound so I’m not sure what happened to my mommy and my other sibling. I sure don’t like to be left alone and will let everyone know it.  I tell foster mom that I am just little, so that should lessen as I grow older and become comfortable in my new home and surroundings.  I prefer being anywhere where people are and if I’m not sleeping then I am ready to play! My favorite things are chewing hands, tugging on pant legs and strings, biting my stuffed tiger and squeaky duck, playing tug of war and pretending I am a big ferocious beast. I am also showing promise of becoming a ball enthusiast.

 I am a confident little lad, and am in the time of my life where I think anything is possible. I am still in the stages of exploring and learning. Foster mommy is showing me the ropes of potty training and I will go outside as long as I am taken out often. I also am learning to sit before I eat and other manners. This will come with time and dedication to teaching me all that I am expected to know. All in all, I am a loving little boy and foster mommy gets in the best snuggles with me when I’m in the mood to relax and lie on her lap while we watch movies together.

I’m just a young guy about 8 weeks old. I was found on my own so was missing my family when I first came in.  I’m loving it here at my foster home.  There is a resident dog for me to play with and show me how to be a dog.  I’ve been in my foster home for just over a week so am ready to start looking for my forever famiily.
Please note: If other cats/dogs in your home are not spayed/neutered, we may deny your application. SCARS exists due to lack of spaying/neutering and it is our goal to end this cycle. If there is a documented medical reason for your animal to not be spayed/neutered, we will work with you.
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