Introducing:

Yoshy

Summary:


Taken in: 2021-05-26

More detail:

2021-05-30:

Hello families!! My name is Yoshy, and I’m an 8 week old lab male mix puppy who’s looking for my forever home! My sister Peach and I came to SCLRR from a local shelter and we were part of a litter of 11 puppies.

I have been hanging out at my foster home, learning how to be a good puppy citizen. I started house training and crate training. I have two human foster siblings, ages 7 and 9, and I love hanging out with them. They like to run around, play games and chase each other, which is exactly what I like doing! My foster mama seems really pleased with that, she said something about us all wearing each other out, which is apparently a very good thing.

My typical day is wake up, eat, play, nap, play some more, nap some more, repeat. I love running around with Peach, so it’d be nice if my forever home has another doggie that I can learn from and play with. Our foster mama says I’m a rambunctious little fella with lots of energy, but I settle down well after a play session. I’m confident and very curious about my surroundings. My favorite thing of all time though?? TOYS!!! Plush toys, chew toys, ropes, balls, you name it! I think toys are the best thing ever and they keep me very, very busy.

Although I charm everyone with my adorable face and puppy antics, my foster mama says it’s super important that my forever family has puppy experience. At this stage I love playing and exploring everything around me. I hope to find a family who can stick by me during my puppy phase and teach me good manners. In return, I’ll be the most loving and loyal companion! If you think you’re up for this challenge, please contact your family rep because I’d love to meet you!


If you are interested in making this Lab part of your family, please contact your SCLRR family representative. If you have not yet applied with us, please submit an online application to adopt; an SCLRR volunteer will then contact you. Please note that your homecheck must be approved in order for you to be put in touch with
the dog’s foster home.