Peter Parker Yellow Labrador Retriever Male 3 Months Old ID #2732
September 12, 2022
Hello everyone! Peter here. I’ve been at my foster family for a little over a week now so I thought I’d give another update. We’ve had a really relaxing week.
As I have gotten more comfortable in my foster home, my puppy personality has really come out. I have a lot of energy and love to play with my toys, especially fetch. My foster family has started to teach me how to sit. I finally got it down (they might have to say sit 5 times, but that’s beside the point).
My foster mom and dad were pretty boring during the day because they worked but they took me on long walks at lunch and after work. I’m good at walking on my leash. I’m also getting better at being potty trained. Most of the time I will go towards the front door to let my foster parents know I need to go out.
I did have a few new adventures this week. I went to the vet. They gave me my shots and clipped my nails. I was a good boy so they gave me treats and lots of love. I met some furry friends at the vet and I really wanted to play with them.
On Thursday, my foster parents wanted to play some volleyball so they took me too. The sand was fun to run around in. I did get some on my snout. Overall, it was a great week.
September 4, 2022
Hi everyone! Peter here. Today was my third day at my foster family and I’m really loving it. I woke up today and went on a really long walk. I did great on the leash and got a treat for being on good behavior.
After our walk, I met another furry friend. We played for a while and I had a great time. After that, it was really hot out so we went to the pool. My foster dad held me until I felt comfortable on the technique. I got the hang of it and loved to jump in! I would say I’m a pro now.
After that, more human friends showed up and showered me with love.
After another long eventful day, I slept for the rest of the day.
Also, no accidents inside today! I think I’m getting the hang of this going potty outside.
September 3, 2022
Today was the second day at my foster home. I slept all the way through the night and didn’t wanna get out of bed until 9:30 AM.
My foster parents took me on a walk and then went back inside to play with my ball. Then, we got back in the car for another adventure. I slept almost the whole way.
Once we got to our destination, I got to meet more friendly people. I couldn’t stop wagging my tail and I gave them lots of kisses. I also got to meet some furry friends. They are HUGE. I was a little intimidated at first, but after going on a walk with my new friends I warmed up to them almost right away. After our walk, my furry friends and my human friends all hung out by the pool. I jumped right on in! The water felt great, but I’m not sure I got the swimming thing down yet. I will need my foster dad to help me for a bit until I can do it on my own. Swimming was exhausting so I took a nap on the deck.
I was awoken from my sleep by more human friends. I love when new people come to meet me. They give me lots of pets and kisses. After a long day of excitement and new adventures I was finally ready to fall asleep for the night.
September 2, 2022
Hello Brookline Family. Peter Parker here. Aka Spider man Aka Spidey. I have a very long, but exciting day with my new foster family. I was a bit confused when switching cars, but my foster mom sat in the back with me the whole way home. As the ride went on, I realized she was nice and gave her lots of kisses. I could not stop wagging my tail. Although, it was a long drive and I started to get sleepy from all my excitement. I could not keep my eyes open and eventually gave in to take a quick snooze.
After a while, we got to get out of the car. My foster parents took me on a walk and even let me run! After going potty, we entered into this weird room they kept calling “home.” I was not sure what that meant, but I went inside to sniff around. After realizing this place was pretty cool, I started running with excitement. My foster parents brought out a ball and we played this thing called “fetch.” I do not 100% get the concept, but I think I was getting close to playing it right.
After playing and exploring for a while, I followed my foster parents to the couch. They turned this weird screen on that had people talking on it. I was extremely intrigued, but loved to watch with my humans. I sat with them for a while before succumbing to my sleepy eyes again. Later, they woke me up to go potty one last time before going to bed for the night. I think I might like it here.
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