Age: 10 Years Sex: Male Weight: 11-25 lbs
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cats, kids, loud noises, being left alone
Right now, Purina ONE because that is what his foster mom was feeding him
Around the block
learning to sit
Cooper was a rescue dog from the Sunshine Pembroke Welsh Corgi Rescue. We wanted a dog to be brothers with Gibson and to play with him. We filled out the application on a Friday afternoon and by Monday morning, we had contact with the rescue club. After emailing back and forth for a week, we drove 120 miles to the other side of Orlando to meet Cooper and his foster mom. The minute she said that he didn't take too nicely to guys, he walked right up to Mike and got some serious scratching, then walked over to me and rolled over on my feet. Cooper is such a sweetheart and we're keeping him forever!!
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I've Been On Dogster Since:
|February 11th 2006
||More than 7 years!
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Having you in this family has been a learning experience for all of us. Anna, your feline oldest sister, has learned to tolerate sniffing, Pris, your other feline sister, has learned to run away when being bothered instead of crying about it. Gibson has learned to be a pack-dog and your dad and I have learned that unconditional love can start from day one.
The day that we picked you up from Laurel's house, your foster mother, we weren't sure if you were going to fit in with our family. You were so timid, sullen, and reclusive, we weren't sure if we would ever get you out of your shell. Laurel had said that you didn't like men, but not even two seconds after she said that, you went over and laid at Mike's feet. She was crying when we took you home with us. I knew at that moment that you were a sweet little boy.
Since having you at home, you have learned how to be a puppy again. I don't know what happened in your prior house, but I assure you that you will have nothing but good, structured times in our house. Our house is your house and you are a-okay.
We love you Coop. Seeing your happy little butt wiggle when we come home is one of the cutest things ever. When you lay on your back and do that silly movement with your arms all we can do is laugh. You'll always have a home with us and I think you realize it.
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