We lengthened ‘Roo’ to ‘Rupert’ but he’s also known as ’Snoopert’, ’The Rupervisor’, and ’The Butterscotch Piglet’
No medical problems. He loved his first vet visit and remains obnoxiously healthy :)
He loves everyone - our 11-year old Boxer Daisy is his tolerant big sister and he loves to snuggle with her and us, loves any visitors, and loves all the dogs at daycare. He gets a little excited when meeting new people but we’re continuing to work on that with training and positive reinforcement
He eats a high-quality corn-free kibble mixed with rice and steamed veggies, 2.5-3 cups per day
He has a vast assortment of squeaky, crinkly, and chewy toys and loves to play tug, as well as chase with his Jolly Ball and flirt pole. He loves walks in the park and goes to daycare every weekday. He’s a very active boy and then super snuggly once he’s worked off excess energy
He makes us laugh constantly with his antics but one of the cutest things he does is that he insists upon being carried to bed at night. After going outside for potty he curls up on the couch until Heath carries him upstairs and plops him into bed. If one of us does not get into bed quickly enough to snuggle with him he jumps into my reading chair and gives us the sad eyes until he’s carried to bed AGAIN. A far cry from the tough little fellow living on the streets in Texas until NLBR rescued him!