Label Info
7 years, 2 months
Heartworm Status
Good w/Kids
Good w/Big Dogs
Good w/Small Dogs
Good w/Cats
Not Sure
House Trained
Adoption Status
Happy Tails

Although I share the name of another bright star, my story aligns more like a sad country song right now. I lost my love, my family, my home, and my foster does not work from home so I’m crated during the day now; all alone, causing me to sing in a low, slow, deep plaintive howl learned from my ex-sibling husky. My foster claims it sounds like an old chain gang melody. My tale is one of a fine dog; ME, adopted by a loving couple with a big heart for animals. Along with my other furry siblings, our family was expecting a baby. The baby came way too early and the family was not able to keep any of us when the newer member came home. Being a team player, I had to be traded, now I need a soft place to land, a change in my heart song, and a new highpoint in life.

I’m a settled, loving, and chilled dog. I don’t require toys, just you. I have a great deep voice and I’m a talker. I will want to tell you all about whatever is on my mind, and they say guys don’t share! I get along well with others in the foster household which isn’t surprising as I lived with a Husky and a Beagle. I do like being petted, love snuggles, and given the opportunity I will crawl into bed with you. I also crate without protest; although; as I stated above, I may sing a little. I am a free roamer and bond easily. I do require specialty enzymes on my food to assist me to digest my kibble, and I can’t have treats in order to keep my diet clean. I am told I have Exocrine Panreatic Insufficiency and that it will not effect my life span.  Easy is my overall description. Take a second look and make an inquiry of me. I really am quite the star. No crazy here, except crazy for lovin you!