Howdy! I'm Tex!I have a personality that is as big as all outdoors! Okay, maybe not. I’m a bit shy so my big personality can't always be seen. And I'm not so self confident sometimes. It has taken me a while to warm up to my foster mama and to get over this huge life change that happened when I retired, but everyday I get better and learn more stuff. My foster mama is so proud of me that it makes me proud of me. I go celebrate by stealing . . . uh . . .
I mean . . . borrowing toys. And not always my toys. Sometimes shoes. Probably I’m not supposed to tell you about the shoes. Or the cell phones. I don't steal those either. Much.
I am two and a half years old and I am looking for my forever home. My foster mama has been so patient with me as I learn the ropes. I don’t do so great in my crate, 'cuz you can't tame this Texan! But I am learning to behave myself out of my crate and I have perfect manners. Okay, maybe not perfect. It depends on your definition of perfect.
I can be shy at first but as I get to know you, my big personality starts to shine though. My foster mama says I have made great progress and I am a Very Smart Boy. I make her laugh a lot. I mostly do okay with cats but sometimes try to play with them, which they don’t seem to appreciate. I met a small critter that I was told was a dog but I’m not convinced. I ignored him. It sure didn't look at all like a dog to me! And I'd do best in a home without small children. I'm not sure enough of myself yet to be confident around kids. I just need a forever family who is patient and will help me continue to come out of my shell.
Do you need a Tex in your home on the range?