Well, hello there! I’m Serano! I came from the same place as Sugar, Spice, and Sage. I may be named after a spicy pepper, but that’s not my personality at all! I’m a pretty nervous guy in new situations, but with consistent routines and knowing what to expect, I warm up and become a sweet little snuggle bug.
This is my first time living in a house, but my foster family says I’m picking up on things quite nicely. I’m doing great with potty training and I’m getting used to all the sounds of a house. I’m not even scared of the washing machine anymore!
Do you want to know the absolute best thing about living in a house? Couches! My favorite thing to do is snuggle with my humans on the couch. Who knew that couches could be so soft! The other great thing about living in a house is cheese! I love cheese! My humans have had to give me some medicine since I’ve been with them and they always put it in cheese, which makes it so delicious! So, if you have a couch and can buy some cheese, I’m probably the perfect dog for you!
Well, my foster mom does have some other things she would like you to consider when deciding if I’m the right fit for your family. I guess there’s more to life than couches and cheese.
First, she wants you to know that I currently live with two small dogs and a cat and get along well with all of them. I have been around larger dogs in the past and done well with dogs of all sizes. I would love to have a furry sibling! Other dogs give me confidence and I do love to play. I did have a very slow introduction with my foster animal siblings, so that probably will be the key in making sure all the animals in my new home get along.
My foster mom also wants you to know that I’m the type of dog that you’ll have to take things slow with. I know I can get comfortable in most situations but it does take me a little bit of time to acclimate to all things that are new.
Currently, I also live with two teenagers and I’m starting to come around to them but a loud, busy house would probably not be the best fit for me.
You should also know, that I have to have double knee surgery soon so I’m not quite available for adoption yet. It’ll take me a little time to get my knees in working order so you may need to be a little patient if you think I am the right dog for your family.
Well, that is all about me for now! Check back later and see what updates my foster mom adds!
SPECIAL RECOGNITION TO SERRANO'S FOSTER FAMILY FOR THEIR TIME AND DONATIONS:
Tiffany & Lex
**Families with children 5 years of age and under wanting to adopt puppies will be reviewed on a
case-by-case basis. Raising a puppy properly takes a lot of time, and we understand that in families with small children, time can be a limited commodity.