“YAWWWWNNNN   Oh excuse me, I just woke up from one of my many daily naps! Hi everyone, my name is Cooper, a very handsome, dashing, svelte 12 years young gentleman. Cooper, is what they call me I have only had the name about 1 month so I am still getting used to it. My foster mom says I am “such a handsome little man”, she sure knows how to make a guy blush, but I love to be with my humans, all the time. Oh and if I see you get up to move don’t worry I will be right there beside you to make sure all is well, and if you stand in one spot, well I will worm my way between you and whatever you are standing in front of as well, just to make sure you remember I am here. I love to give kisses, and get belly rubs, and I really love to nap outside with the sun shining on me and the cool dirt beneath me, ahhh what a way to spend my day.

“I was rescued from the shelter and have been living with 2 other pugs, they let me share their couch with them, and also the great big bed we all sleep in at night. As you can see in my pictures, I do have trouble with my back legs like many pugs do, they are kind of weak, but I have figured out a way to still get around just fine regardless and actually I have been told I am very fast. Because of the weakness in my legs it can be hard for me to make it outside to poop every time. I bet I would be a super star if you could afford some physical therapy for me, I definitely have the heart and I think I could improve so much.

“I would really do best in home where someone is home to be with me, most of the time, but I am relaxed and laid back and I do fine here with my brothers when my foster parents leave, I just nap. I would really like to find a home that would like a little shadow, and has lots of love and hugs to give. So I can give you all the love packed in my little body.”

Cooper is located in Portland Oregon with Pacific Pug Rescue. If you are interested in adopting to to www.pacificpugrescue.org/adoption-process or email adoptions@pacificpugrescue.org

This is not an ODH dog; we urge prospective adopters to do their own evaluation.