“We should get a shot of him in the grass, that’d be so cute,” I said to Dooey’s foster mom. We had no problem getting into the grass, however, I’m now convinced that Dooey was a cow in his past life; all he wanted to do was munch on the grass. No whistle, buzz or strange sound caught his attention. Even my smelly, meaty treats were no match to the crisp aroma coming from the grass laid out in front of his nose. Eventually the treats did get the better of him and he looked curiously at me, smiling straight at the camera hoping for a treat.
Dooey is a young guy at about 3 years old. An active pup, he enjoys a walk in the great outdoors and loves that at his foster mom’s house he has a nice size yard to play in. He gets along well with his older labrador foster sister, and after their breakfast you will often find the two of them spending their mornings snoozing together.
Nothing in life stops Dooey from just being himself. He is like the cool kid on the block, always trying to be the best. But it’s all too often he gets caught in a sweet or goofy moment… Does he bark at himself in the mirror? You betcha. Will he un-stuff that plush toy? Very likely. He will bound through tall grass and it’s anything but graceful. He will tail-tuck it around the yard, trying to catch that squirrel but probably stumble over himself in the process.
After a long day of adventures and silliness, Dooey will snuggle up against you, burrow under the blankets and just enjoy your company.
To learn about adopting Dooey, contact the Sheboygan County Humane Society.