Snickers loves to cuddle but is starting to get more independent. He is very curious about everything. He chases leaves that fall from the tress and he needs to know what is behind every piece of furniture in the house. He is very smart and stares you in the eye. He watches everything around him so he will need tons of mental stimulation like doggie puzzle toys and outside activities. He will be a large active dog so he needs a home who loves to go for walks, maybe hikes or runs.
Turtle just wants to cuddle. He loves to be in his foster moms lap and be held like a baby. When you bath him he whines like the world is ending and then he whimpers when you dry him. He is very dramatic. While his foster brother, Snickers, flies off the couch onto the floor, Turtle still requires assistance.
Turtle loves to run and play and explore the yard. He doesn’t shy away from a good wrestle with his siblings and he loves toys and cow hooves. He may grow into a more active dog but he needs a home who can just spoil him rotten.
Virginia is the biggest girl of the litter so we estimate her to be close to her mother size at 50 to 55 lbs. She has always been the quiet, docile puppy of the litter. She always looks concerned about everything. She wears her emotions on her face.
Virginia likes to wrestle and roll with her siblings but is not one of the ones who runs crazy around the yard barking. When the chaos begins she usually retreats to her dog bed to chew on a toy or take a nap. She loves to cuddle and she loves to held and sit next to her person.
She is very smart and has learned to use the puppy pads. She goes potty when she is taken outside and she comes when called. Virginia just needs a nice home to love her and keep her safe. As with all puppies, the person has to have the time and patience to train a new puppy.