Donut is Mr. Personality Pup! You just have to meet him to understand...he is one of a kind. For instance, he will keep you entertained just by watching him play. He throws his toys around to play by himself and he even throws his treats around, at which time Giggles (our other foster pup) sometimes gets the better end of the deal!
Donut has met/played with many dogs already! He met many dogs before he came to my foster home, is now living and playing with my 4 dogs, as well as Giggles. He even went to Daycare today and met many more! The girls at Daycare were amazed at how he tried to get dogs to play with him, acted like he had always been coming, and ran around as if he was saying..."OK, who wants to play with me now?" For a very young dog, he is very good at changing his play style to each dog and plays so nicely with each one. He understands how to approach each of them and really "reads" them well. It is very important for Donut to continue socializing with other dogs and many more people when he goes home to his "forever" home. That way he can continue to build that well rounded, confident, balanced dog that he already is. Failure to do so could be detrimental to his social development and could change for the worse if not continued. This is what he has always known and loved and if it is stopped, he will think that something might be "wrong" when meeting another dog later on. He just loves, loves, loves, to play, play, play, with other dogs and that alone is a plus! So if you would like to see Donut in action, just view "Donuts Daycare Day" that is attached here!