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Kermit

a picture of Kermit  a dog that needs a foster home.

Location: Virginia Beach , VA

Age: 2 years, 11 months

Posted on: 7/13/2023

Posted by: Individual

Kermit urgently needs a foster home

Why is fostering needed?

I have to go out of the country and I am
unable to bring him due to the rules of set by those countries and housing owners.

How long is fostering needed for?

Long term

Other notes

Kermit is mainly a house dog but obviously loves the outdoors. While inside he will try to get onto the couch but once you tell him not to sit on the couch nicely he will listen and go to his comfy spot. He thinks he is a lap dog, it must be the only pet syndrome. Kermit has had lives with many other pets: two cats, male and female, two hamsters, and a chinchilla. Friendly and Kermit are the same definition.
While outside he loves to go for a run that will quickly turn into a jog and then a run and then a jog again and stop to go number 1 every twenty steps. When he needs to conduct business he prefers to go in a bush rather than in the open. He doesn’t dig much unless you encourage him to and he doesn’t bark all that often unless he is on to something.
He enjoys to eats his food and con you into thinking he wants fed and every few days he gets a whole egg or two with his food as a treat. As for his toys, it’s a challenge to have them last long than a week or three. But for some reason he rather destroy the toy and play with a small piece of fabric. And lastly as a last resort or if he need a time out he can be up to 3 minutes in his crate. This is super rare as he has grown out of that phase.

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