Hey Everyone! Meet Stone!

Stone is in PA


Hi! My name is Stone ARPH #14344, but my foster mom likes to call me Gemmy because I’m really a gemstone! Nothing cold and hard about me, though! I’m seven years old, neutered, and up to date on all my shots and things. I weigh about 55 pounds but will probably trim down a bit with all the activity in my foster home. I enjoy hanging out with my foster family, going for walks, and playing with balls and frisbees. I know all the basic commands like come, sit, down, stay and drop. I’m super polite in the house and don’t jump up on people or furniture. I bark, but only when something important happens. At night, I sleep near my family or on a dog bed downstairs. During the day, I’ll happily nap near you while you work or do important stuff around the house. You might wonder how a gem like me ended up as a foster boy. Well, my first family had some life changes which were quite upsetting to me. I’m actually a pretty sensitive fellow; I startle easily and get scared. I’ve been known to run like the wind at some little thing I wasn’t expecting. It is super important that I have a fenced yard at my new house. I may never be able to be off leash outside a fenced yard. Sometimes I hide a bit and peek around corners to make sure everything is ok. I’m sure I’ll get more secure in a calm household with confident people who understand. But for now, I need safety, patience, and love. I get along fine with my foster brothers, but we don’t really play together. So I’d be fine as an only dog. Little dogs and little kids are not a good idea, but I’m okay with cats. If you are interested in a handsome fellow looking for a calm, loving home, maybe we will be a match. I’m being fostered near State College, PA, and will be available after October 29. Thanks for the interest and be sure to check out my video. If you are an approved adopter, please contactKay.

See Stone in ACTION! 🎥🎬



About sfitzpatrick128

Owner of 2 wild and crazy Australian Shepherds. Always busy, always on the go. No day at the beach is a bad day.
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