Cooper is our two year old foster dog. He is a hoarder. We can look past it though because he doesn’t chew up any of it…just collects it! Cooper is from No Dog Left Behind Rescue in Brooklyn Centre, MN. Cooper is a fun, quirky little cuddle bug. He likes to be next to or on whoever is willing to give him some love. He enjoys being picked up and held. While he can initially be a little timid, once he warms up he is a happy fun-loving dog. He loves to be outside playing with other dogs or just walking around the yard. Cooper loves rawhides, and anything else he can put in his “nest.” He is happy in his crate, but good when outside of it. He is house-trained and works very well with a schedule that changes slightly from day to day. Click here to view his profile.
woahh that is one guilty boy! (partly ashamed, though I’d do it again look :p )
It’s probably the scents on the items that comfort him in some way. 🙂
Our Schipperke is a hoarder. Actually it’s a gene that has been passed down from back when all dogs were wild. Back when domestic dogs were pack animals, had to hunt hard for food that was often scarce, fight the good fight over their catch or another’s catch, and do it all again the next time hunger struck. It’s why dogs often burry bones/meals/toys/etc. as well. The interesting thing is the gene typically only shows up as a strong personality trait in dogs that exemplify a variety of other traits of their breed that have been long since been ‘omitted from typical breed standard’ through the breeding process for show purposes.
how cute is that????
Hope he finds a good home !
What gorgeous eyes! Hope he finds a forever home soon
Such a precious little one! And he doesn’t chew them up…good Cooper!
Our pug mix hides things in her kennel. But they’re usually chewed up and always something she’s not supposed to have. Maybe she could learn some manners after reading this!