Hello, I am Igor (pronounced E-Gor). I like my name, but my foster mom sometimes calls me handsome. The vet said I am probably under two years old, but I don’t remember. To make it easy, let’s say my birthday was 7-23-2021 and I got the best gift ever! Freedom!
I’m not a fan of long beach walks, but I enjoy my time outside relaxing in the shade. I get to spend my day working with my foster mom and patrolling the yard with my foster sisters. I would love it if my human could work from home or even let me go to work with them. I think I would only want maybe one sibling as long as they are willing to snuggle on my bed and are gentle when we play with our toys. I haven’t been around little humans but I think I would like them if they are gentle and kind.
The lovely people who saved me from jail bathed me. I loved my bath! It was a little dicey for a second until I figured it out. It felt so lovely not to stink like jail anymore. After bath time, we went for a walk on a leash! I thought I did great! Although, I had to smell all the new stuff I walked by because it needed my pee. We went for a couple of blocks then I got to slither around in the grass to cool off. On our walk, I met a couple of other doggies; they were friendly and just said hi, and we went on our way. A few of them barked at me, but it didn’t bother me. I was always on the watch for cats! I don’t like cats at all! I do not want to live with any cats, ick!
The new place I’m at has a hole in the wall that I can walk through, and BAM, I’m outside. This is my favorite! Because it’s new, I sometimes forget, and I find a rug if my foster mom starts work before I go out. My mom said to someone that she thinks I’m about 90% potty trained. Sometimes I stare at the door when I want to go outside then my sisters remind me about the magic hole in the wall.
The first night after I was bailed out of doggy jail, they put me in a big kennel at bedtime, but I wouldn’t say I liked it, so I got pretty barky about it. They thought I would calm down after a bit, but I showed them. They let me out, and I got to sleep in the bedroom with my new guy and his Frenchie. After I calmed down, I just slept on a doggy bed for a while, then on the floor, then back on the bed. I didn’t snore much, but I do make cute piggy noises.
I was supposed to keep this short, but I have so much to say! I know my life will get so much better from here, and I am excited to be loved! I have a lot of love in me, and I want to share it. I am not perfect, but my mom says that I am. I need to be taught a few things, but if you are patient, I will love you back. My new friends have told me they can see that I am a charming boy and they already love me.
In closing, I AM IGOR! Hear me ROAR…and fart
Igor is located in Salt Lake City and can be transferred to Denver if needed. His donation is $1000. You MUST send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to be considered for his furever home. Please be sure you have read and understand the policy and procedure for adoptions which can be found HERE.