Little Taylor is all finished with his heartworm treatment and ready to find his forever home.
He likes children and adults. He’d like to play with his foster dad’s dogs, but they are bit too big and rowdy for him! He loves to be petted and brushed and would adore sleeping in bed with his family. Cuddling and affection are definitely on his list of favorite things. This pint-size fellow would be very happy as an only dog or with dogs about his size who might be able to play with him.
Tiny Taylor has settled right into his foster home and gets this A+ report! Taylor has already had his first heartworm injection, and so far, so good. He’ll have shot #2 this coming week, and that means he’ll be all ready for his forever home even before school starts in the fall. He seems to get along best with older dogs, like my 12-year-old GRR girl Ellie Grace. He is a little overwhelmed by my Irish Setters (the ADHD children of the dog world), in particular my special-needs Irish Mr. Murphy, who has the canine equivalent of cerebral palsy. They are just so much taller than he is! All in all, though, he is doing very well adjusting to the family, so I’m sure he will be just fine in your home. I do think he’d be perfectly happy as an only dog, as long as he got plenty of pets and hugs and treats and more petting. Taylor is a good car rider. I haven’t seen him around cats, but he seems just fine with kids. Since his tail doesn’t wag, you can’t judge his mood by his back end, but he sure does like you to gaze at him when you are petting him. He does not bark much, either—just looks at you with that cute face! Taylor would like to sleep in the bedroom, but since there are three other dogs in the household, he ends up sleeping on the couch—now that’s a tough life!