Hello, you can call me Lion. In real life I recently graduated from college with a degree in Zoology. I’d like to work in wildlife conservation, but at the moment I’m still looking for a job. Being unemployed and done with school after 20 years of it leaves me with a lot of free time, so I’m back on foopets!
I’d like to find a male pug to represent the dog I grew up with, Rex. I’d settle for just an ultra, but I’d like something a little more special really. The ideal would be lost stat on intelligence or obedience. Rex was not the sharpest dog in the kennel, but it really just added to his charm. He was a total goof, loved every person that he met, and always did the funniest things. On walks sometimes he would get his leash wrapped around a tree, and if you tried to pull him back he would freeze and have this horrified look on his face, like he thought the tree was the one pulling him. He knew quite a lot of tricks, but that’s because he was incredibly treat motivated. He would try to eat anything and everything. Among the worse things he managed to eat were: a pen cap, a peach pit, the outside part of a quarter of cantaloupe, and a fun sized chocolate bar with the wrapper still on. Through all of that, he was totally fine, and frankly, that list is not nearly as long as it could be. We managed to get most of the bad things he tried to eat away from him, risking out hands in the process, as he was very food aggressive and would bite anyone who got in between him and whatever he was trying to eat. I definitely have a few scars from him, but I look at them quite fondly. After nearly 14 years with us, he became quite sick and passed away. I miss him very much.
I’d like to get a 700+ stat Australian Shepherd, preferably low gen, at least not linebred.
A long running dream will be to get some of my old pets out of the AC, some of them I’m not sure if they were fosters or my actual pets, but I intend on grabbing all that are available anyway. Some do currently have homes with owners who are no longer present unfortunately, but perhaps someday I’ll get them back.