Skipper & Cowboy
SKIPPER AND COWBOY ARE A BONDED PAIR AND WILL NOT BE SEPARATED!
Name: Skipper & Cowboy
Age: 14 and 10 years old
Breed: Poodle and Jack Russell Terrier mix
Gender: Male (neutered)
Kids: Yes, supervised.
Medical: My buddy Cowboy and I have had a long road to recovery from when we first came in to ARTS. During the interview you can learn a little more about our history.
From their foster: Hello all you senior dogo lovin' folks out there. It's Skipper here, so happy to let you all know that myself and my bestest bro Cowboy are now ready to meet you all and settle in to our furever home! Before you get too excited, please make sure you read our whole profile right to the end. Cowboy is kinda the strong silent type so I will do the chatting for us. Cowboy is a bit of a slow poke and likes his naps (he snores a little too). Me, I LOVE my ball, love to play fetch and I will even bring it with me wherever I go. We both love our walks, we get along with other dogos and have fun with kids. Especially if they throw my ball! We don’t know if we like cats or not, though. But we don’t think they would be too much of a problem as long as they are nice to us. We would love to have someone that can spend as much time at home as possible. We both really love our foster mom ( Cowboy cries when she leaves but don't tell him I told you). They tell me I'm 14 and Cowboy is 10 but I don't believe them, I still feel and act half my age! Medical: My buddy Cowboy and I have had a long road to recovery from when we first came in to ARTS. During the interview you can learn a little more about our history. But it is important to know that we will require special food and monitoring throughout the rest of our lives as we are still recovering. I (Skipper) take it pretty hard when I have to move to a new home, so I do need a lot of time to settle in and I might not feel very good for the first little while. My move to your home may require the support of your veterinarian. My eating needs to be carefully planned and we will need someone that is home quite a bit during the day because we get upset when you leave, and we need small monitored meals throughout the day. We do wear belly bands and accidents do happen with us, but we think we are worth it! We are a very bonded pair and we do not like to be apart. We must be adopted together.