Hello, my name is Mosley. I’m a Pomeranian/Chow mix. I only weigh about 23 lbs, most of my fluffiness is fur. I’ve spent a little bit of time with my foster mom in Monroe, MI, but I’m ready to find a forever family.
I am around 3 years old, so a teenager in dog years. I am very shy and not aggressive. My life before the shelter and Project Hope fosters took me in wasn’t the best for me. My humans didn’t give me attention the way I hope my new family will. Just be patient with me.
I am a good boy, and I like to be petted and getting a treat when I come in from outside. I will let you know when I have to go outside, and when I’m ready to come in I jump on the door. Right now, I get put on a tie out, or sometimes my foster mom puts a leash on me and lets me run in the yard. You see, I’m considered a flight risk right now, so I need to be tethered to something until I feel super comfortable with you. I do like to go for walks. I get along with other dogs, and my foster mom’s cats don’t even seem to notice me.
I want to be part of the action, but I’m very scared. I like to feel safe in my crate, but now I like to lay on the bed in my room or I even lay on the sofa with my foster mom so she can give me love. I like it when she pets me. I like to listen to all the nice words she says to me.
With the right person, Mosley would be a little snuggle bug. He needs some one-on-one attention and as much love as a person can give. He needs someone with patience to help him out of his shell. He will need a few days to get comfortable with a new person around.
Remember, I’m one family member you get to choose, and if you choose me; I will offer you unconditional love and hope you can offer me the same. If you rescue me, I’ll rescue you. Mosley's adoption fee is $300.00. To apply, click HERE.
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