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Bo - now called Riley, living the life of Riley!
Bo is in foster care in Upstate New York
I can wiggle out of any wired crate - but the closed plastic
ones are pick proof - with some extra gear attached to the door. The
reason, I am told, I need to be in an (extra large) crate when alone
is " for my own protection". I think it is also for the
protection of "stuff" that I may get busy with when alone
and bored. Such as a pillow or anything that looks and feels
"stuffed". Of course I can counter surf just
about anywhere and am being forced to restrain myself even if it is
full of edible stuff. I can and have jumped off a deck. But since I
have not yet figured out to get
back up onto the deck, I have not jumped in a while. All I do is
balance on top of the deck enclosure, just for fun and bravado, and
then I jump back onto the deck. I think I have become too
comfortable and even lazy to jump. I would rather take walks in human
company and with my buddies here. But you better keep me on a long
lead when not in a fenced in area, because when I hear or see anything
unusual I might walk over to investigate. Probably get bored and come
home eventually, but since I spent much of my first year in a remote
North Carolina country site, I am not street smart I am
PS: In NC my name was Beauregard. For a while I was called Bing , but that name did not stick,.. I really like the sound of Bo - so now I listen to Booo.
PPS: What breed I am? I think both McIver and myself are a new breed. Nobody can find any breed standard quite like ours. There mighht be some Schnauzer, maybe a Briard or a Bouvier in our gene pool. For size maybe be a Wolfhound?
That was me when I first came from NC and before I got the boot camp hair cut
I do shed...