I feel safe and secure now, but that wasn’t always the case. I’m from a large family of eight, and one day we found ourselves in a box left by the side of the road. We were scared, cold and hungry. Luckily we were rescued and brought to TALGV. Now I stay overnight with my foster mom who thinks I am adorable. She says I’m learning house manners by behaving well in a crate, being quiet at night and using a potty pad. There are four other dogs that live here, three Papillons [who don’t want to play] and my special 30-pound pal who, like me, loves playing endlessly. I’m a puppy full of energy, and I need a lot of patience and training to help me become a happy well-adjusted member of a family.