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Cartoon: Daisy Duck German Shepherd Dog Mix Palo Alto, CA

  • Puppy
  • Female
  • Large

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Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
Good in a home with
Other dogs, cats, children.

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Meet Cartoon: Daisy Duck

Adoption Fee: $650
The Cartoon Litter are 14-15 week old puppies. They originally hail from Mexico. We work with a fabulous organization that rescues the abandoned, abused, and neglected who are often discarded. Our wonderful partners step in and save them and we work together to find them the best homes. There are nine puppies in the litter and they were divided into 3 foster homes. The puppies are now about 15-18lbs. They are all expected to be in the 50+ lbs range when full grown. Bugs Bunny, Daisy Duck, and Wilma Flintstone are all in a foster home together.
'Our foster mom lets us out for potty at 7 am. We then have our breakfast/training session (we love to work for our food). Then we're free to run around the yard to our hearts' content. We get another potty opportunity before getting back into our crate for a nap. At 9:30 am, we get a potty break and play chase/tug in the backyard, by 10:15 am we're back in the crate for another nap. At 1 pm, we have our potty and lunch break. Some days we play in the backyard, some days we get to go on a car ride to the nearby park or plaza and sit together with our foster mom to have lunch and people watch. We enjoy those days out very much, sniffing out new scents, watching all kinds of people, cars, trucks, bicycles go by. Some friendly people also come to say hi to us and pet us and give us our kibbles.
Our favorite toys are those that squeak, and something we all can play tug with. We are back in our crate for another nap by 2-2:30 until dinner time at 5 pm. We eat and play until 6 pm, then another rest time in the crate. At 7:30 pm, we get another potty break. After that we get to hang out, get some snuggle time, and watch Netflix. We have only seen cats walking on top of our foster mom's fence, we didn't care about them. There are also birds and squirrels, but we're too busy playing with each other to notice them. We play nice with other puppies that come to visit or we visit them. They were our littermates but were with another foster mom. We played with adult dogs when we were in our previous foster home. We're excited to see other dogs and people. We enjoy pets and love and snuggles. We love giving kisses very much. We go potty outdoors and have very few accidents in the crate, and that is mostly when our foster mom messed up our schedule. We don't get towels in our crate because brother Bugs Bunny tends to pee on them, but we don't mind that. In the house, we are still learning and making good progress. Brother Bugs Bunny also knows to come to the patio door and paws it asking to go out. Our water bowl is taken away by 9 pm.
We're all high energy, very smart and super food motivated. We figure new things out in no time. We're working on sit, down, play fetch, go to bed at various levels of difficulty. Fetch is a shared fetch game for us. We would bring the rope back together so it's part fetch and part tug for us. We don't have it down fully yet, we're still working on it, but we enjoy it especially the kibbles we get for bringing the rope back. Our foster mom recently introduced us to the leash and encouraged us to walk nicely by her side. We don't understand the fuss of this thing connecting to our collars, but we do nicely in the backyard as we're not allowed to walk outside our yard. Can't wait to get all our shots so we can explore the great outdoors! Wilma Flintstone and Daisy Duck love to go into the crate to check for special treats our foster mommy leaves for us sometimes. So we love our crate. Brother Bugs Bunny is a bit hesitant getting in, but it doesn't bother him once he's in. We're also working on looking at our mom instead of the food. We know our names. We have a good recall in the backyard when she claps her hands 3 times because we know we're in for a treat party :). We're working on a softer bite. We get a bit excited sometimes and don't know our baby teeth are still sharp. We would need a regular schedule and continue with crate training. We can sleep through the night now with very few accidents during the day when our schedule isn't disturbed.'

I am Bugs Bunny, the most chill of the bunch. While my two sisters have boundless energy and would chase each other non-stop, I can stay out of it. Don't get me wrong, I have no problem catching up to them and when I want something I get my way. I was the shyest coming out of the crate when I first arrived at my foster mom's home. My 2 sisters had already jumped out and started exploring, I had to be coaxed out of the crate. But I have grown more independent since and not afraid to explore. My foster mommy thinks I am very smart and learn quickly. I can hold my stay longer than any of my siblings. I don't get so distracted when out and about. I can just sit back and enjoy the ride. I am super food motivated and love to work for my food. I am looking for a home with active family members who can exercise me physically and mentally, and I can't wait to get all my shots and I can walk and run with my people. I enjoy learning and I would love my new family to continue training me.

I am Daisy Duck, and I have to say I am the smartest of my siblings. I love to play with the ball with kibbles inside. I roll it all about and get all the kibbles to come out in no time. I am getting so good at it that my foster mom has already put it in the most difficult setting. I do all the work and my 2 siblings just follow me and benefit from my hard work. I don't mind it really because I love the game, it's all about the game! I am also the most independent. I have focus and am very diligent. We have another toy, a ball with 8 grooves and each groove has teeth that hold kibbles in place. My sister and brother would only get the surface kibbles and give up and go to my foster mom for obedience training instead. I would be able to get almost all of the kibbles out, even the deeper ones. My foster mom thinks I am tricky. One time, my brother was playing with a new toy. I wanted it but I pretended to play with something else and not care. Then when he least suspected, I grabbed his toy :D. That will teach him not to pay attention when I'm around waiting....I have no problem playing by myself or playing with my siblings, I am good either way. My ideal home would have a yard for me to run or someone in the family who is active. I love to use my brain so please keep that in mind or I would find a way to entertain myself.

I'm Wilma Flintstone and I'm all heart. When my foster mom takes us out one by one for training, I am focused on my task while the other 2 are whining and complaining. However, I am not. But I will, run back to the crate and check up on my siblings. I can't stand hearing them suffer. I am the one with a big heart. I may be shy at first, but once you get to know me, I am the adventurous and fearless one. I have no problem running straight smack into brother Bugs Bunny and toppling him over. I am also the silly one. I like to blow air bubbles when fishing out sinking kibbles from the water bowl. I am the most curious. I am always exploring with my ears forward checking out the situation when we're outdoors. My foster mom said I am the sweetest among the three of us. I like to follow my people everywhere, and if you're down or upset I sense that and look at you with my puppy eyes and dole out generous portions of puppy kisses. I would do well in a home where I can get more quality time with her people. I am a social creature and would enjoy both people and other dog's company. I am active, smart at learning new tricks and would love both mental and physical challenges.

All three puppies are looking for separate homes. All three puppies are options to go to homes with dogs, cats or children over the age of 8.
We will only consider a home that has had a dog of their own in the last three years. We believe that puppies need the most experienced homes to become well-balanced, well-tempered and well-behaved adult dogs. We do not consider petsitting/fostering, roommate's dogs, or family dogs who remain in the home as meeting the requirement. If there are children they need to be over the age of 8.

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  • German Shepherd Dog
  • Puppy
  • Female