This is Moose. He’s a 12 week old puppy and he acts exactly like one. After I picked him up, he immediately pooped in the car. I felt bad for not giving him enough outdoor time before the drive so I pulled over to clean and took him for a little walk. We got home and I gave him some yard time but he seemed like he was good. One minute later when we got inside he went again (#1
on two different rugs). I gave Moose a puppy bath just for peace of mind and then he clawed and chewed the one good sweater I had. Moose didn’t seem to care about this. Beans is still trying to figure out if Moose is extremely dim or just a psychopath. I told Beans that Moose is a puppy and that’s how they all come (not too bright). I reminded old Beans that he was once a puppy, and he still got a chance to shine as the sophisticated goober he is.
Post bath, Moose napped with Beans and then with @mr_nice_guy79. #puppytherapy
Sleepy puppy Moose and I set out for an icy afternoon paddle. He was an excellent passenger. He slept most of the time, not demanding much supervision. The best part of his passengering, though, happened after he got out of the kayak and had a big pee (I took a moment to really appreciate that he chose not to do that in the kayak). If you think this is too much talk about poop and pee (as I do), then that’s a sure indicator that you shouldn’t adopt a puppy. If you’d love nothing more than to teach this boy all the ways of the world and let him practice being a good boy by chewing on a few of your things, then Moose may be for you. He’s a stand up guy and he definitely wants to be someone’s best friend. #adoptable
Moose is available from Rocky Mountain Animal Rescue. Fill out an application on their website naming “Moose the 12 week old puppy”. Special puppy cuddle from Moose to Stacey Wee for your support.