Foster families automatically can adopt the grey they foster.
Hello! My name is Cash, but I respond to "Cashie", "Baby", "Sweetie", and all of the other ridiculous names my foster mom can come up with.
Do not be fooled by my grey face, I only just turned 5 years old and I have the strength and energy of a 2 year old! I go to work with my foster mom every day and live on a farm and have met many odd looking dogs (horses). I get along with all of them and also with the other dogs that come by the farm as well. I can be a little overly friendly with the ladies, but I am currently working on that and getting better every day.
I am very polite when walking for the most part, but I tend to be a bit of a tripping hazard because I like to stay super close to my human and either lean against her while walking or weave in front of her. I do not pull on the leash very often, but when I do (like when I see water because I love to swim!) I am very strong and need someone who can keep a firm grip on my leash. I love walks! I go on many walks every day and I could honestly do with many more, even if they are just short potty breaks. I can't seem to hold my bladder for too long and will let you know when I need to go to the bathroom.
Meal time is my favorite time of day. I just like to gobble it all up so my foster mom has this annoying habit of putting a mug in the middle of my bowl to slow me down. Because I am older, I have already worked on a few commands such as "Come", which I am very good at, but "Stay" is much harder.
I just want to be next to people so much it's hard to stay away! All I want in life is lots of head rubs and pets. If you start petting me, I will constantly ask for more and not leave your side so long as you continue loving on me. I am very attached to people and will follow my person around everywhere, even in the bathroom.
I also do not like to sleep away from people and will complain loudly if I am made to do so, so I am very happy that my foster mom lets me sleep in her room! I will occasionally bark when I am in my crate, but only because I want all the love and attention you are willing to give me and get upset if I can hear you but not see you. According to my foster mom, I am a very good boy and I can't wait to find my furever home.