Howdy I’m Code Of Honor…but you can call me Codoho for short!
They tell me I've done a nice job of assimilating into my new environment, they call it my foster home. I arrived late one evening and first off came out this small bossy female dog to say hello to me. I was very cordial, waged my tail and we walked together and no one got upset.
The next thing I know there is a 95 pound black beauty coming down the walk to meet me and boy she caught my eye. Again, my good behavior shined, no issues meeting her either so off to the back yard we went. I got to run around, smell everything and run with the other two dogs. It was like I was here already for years with this pack.
The first night I stayed in a crate and I didn't mind that at all, in fact I stay there when the humans leave the house for extended periods of time. I haven't gone to the bathroom in the house, I get to use a doggie door to the backyard to relieve myself and I like that.
The human trusts me enough to let me sleep on a doggie bed next to their bed at night and I crash hard and don't cause any trouble, she doesn't let me on the human bed and I'm learning that fast, no couches or counters either.
I respect it this boundaries well but if you want me to come cuddle with you on the bed or couch I am sure you could teach me that it's ok to do that in your house. Only after 1 day being here try more members showed up to join our pack, one big female dog and one medium male dog for a few days, we had a blast, it was fun waking with 5 pups and one human, we did alright.
I love to go for walks and will stand by the leash basket out front door to let you know it's time to walk. I'm not protective of my food, I eat the same time and space as the others, but boy I am quick when I need to be. I'll share a secret, I would love to chase bunnies and squirrels all day, they get my attention fast and if one runs along the fence I think it's fun to chase.
When I'm on a leash I'm told to ignore them and I'm trying to do my best and think I'll figure this out soon. I know sit, shake and a few other things I haven't showed off to this pack yet but I'll report on those things later, you should meet me so I can show you.
The pack leader has trusted me free in the house when she's gone for short bursts and I haven't done anything wrong while she's gone.
I love toys, pats on the head, ear rubs, belly scratches, walks, and have tons of love to give you.
Shelter Name: Texas Sporting Breed Rescue, Inc.
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