Hello, my name is Coco and I’m so excited to meet you!
My foster mum says I’m a little ray of sunshine, full of spunk, with a wiggle walk that melts hearts. I love going for a walk and spending lots of time with humans. I am happy to go in the car or head straight out the front door and hit the pavement. I will try to say hello to everyone I pass (humans and dogs alike). I’m slowly learning that I cannot always say hello and that my enthusiasm can be a bit much for some dogs (and some humans but I’m pretty good at spotting the staffy lovers out there! They can’t resist my swagger and cheeky grin). I am learning to walk better on the lead every day but I will need more training. I am eager to learn but it is hard sometimes because I looooove getting pats from new people and making pawsome friends!
With all her enthusiasm and excitability Coco is slowly learning not to jump when greeting people. She is good with her foster mum, but everyone else is a challenge. She will need continued consistent practice. Due to her boisterous energy when excited, Coco would not be suited to a family with children Primary school aged or younger as she has no self awareness of her size or weight.
My foster mum says I’m a superstar at waiting for my meals. I will do what you ask (sit, lay down, give my paw) until you say OK.
I would love to have a home where people are around a lot but I can cope if you have to go out for the day. My foster mum works full time but she visits me in her lunch break most days. I am a big cuddle bug and I would want to be allowed to cuddle up with you on the couch. My foster mum lets me on one couch whenever I like but there are others that I’m not allowed on and I am only allowed on the bed when I’m invited (I really hope you will invite me!) Oh and one last thing that you must know is, I looooooooove to give kisses! Like lots & lots of them!
Coco is desexed, microchipped, up to date with vaccinations, flea and worm treatments.