Town and Country Today, in partnership with Second Chance Animal Rescue Society, brings you this feature highlighting a special pet that is in need of adoption.
Hello, I'm Neo and I am looking for a new home!
Animal Type: Dog
Approximate Date of Birth: Feb. 28, 2022
Breed: Mixed Breed (large)
Intake Date: June 19, 2022
Hi! My name is Neo! Did you know that means "gift" and that's what my foster mom says I am! A true gift! When I came into SCARS, I was a little nervous of everything, and pretty skinny. In care I have truly learned what a loving hand feels like, and I love to play and cuddle when worn out. I really love food and will do anything to have it! I have a bad habit of gobbling food down as soon as I see it, but can you blame me? I never knew when my next meal was prior too coming into care, and still learning that I get fresh food and water multiple times a day now. I learned this sit thing pretty quickly when I am about to get food. So I am pretty food motivated, and learn things quickly. At night I sleep in an x-pen with my Scars pal that I came into care with, and make very little fuss. But if I do see you I will complain a little that I want to be with you! I'm just learning about crates and I'm not a big fan of them just yet, but I know I will get more comfortable with them. I'm working hard on this potty training stuff still, so I do still have accidents, but it's getting fewer and fewer. I am a happy and very playful pup! I get along great with the resident dogs here, and the cats. Although I can be a bit pushy with the senior resident cat that really doesn't want to play when I do! I was a little fearful of the big resident dog here, but I quickly turned around as I learned she was a fun playmate. Remember I am just a young pup and still have a lot of growing and learning to do! I would do great with another dog that could teach me some Manners and/or with someone that's home often and could teach me a few rules, like what's a toy that is acceptable to chew on, and what's not like ankles and feet. Those are sooooo fun to chase! I am still working hard on not jumping up when I'm excited, so I might be a little too active for little people just yet. Overall my foster mom says I am a goof ball and bring a smile to her face everyday with my playful and active nature, and she knows I will do the same with my furrever family. I know that with patience, love, and further training it will help me be the bestest dog out there! Do I sound like the pup for you!? I hope so, I can't wait to meet you!