Hello, my name is MEGAN!
My gracious sponsor(s):Jaque Pelser
More about me
Female (Large). Terrier Blend. adult (DOB: 2009).
Shelter: DogtownSA - Hennops River (Gauteng)
The other day I was scrolling on my caregiver’s phone (ok I stepped on it) and saw this test you could take to see what you would have been in your previous life. I took the test (stepped on it again) and it told me I was a nurse. What a load of chewed up bones. I’m pretty sure I was a vigilante cow girl. Why else would they call my Megan Moo?
See I’m a loner, I absolutely love hoomans but I do not appreciate the company of other animals. When I was younger I could jump meters high and I could take my walker wherever I wanted to go, and if I saw another dog, walking on MY path, it only meant trouble. Yes, I had a bit of an attitude problem and issues with authority, but to be honest it was exhausting.
My carer had this genius plan on how to work on my anger issues. He is a genius because I didn’t even realise he was helping me change my behaviour until it was done! Every time I saw another dog on MY path, he shoved all this liver bread in my mouth. I couldn’t really focus on the other dog as much, I was too scared the food will fall out of my mouth, but after a couple of months, when I saw another dog it meant the good stuff is coming and needed to be ready for it.
I’m older now, I can’t really jump as high, and I’d still have to be an only pet. I would really love to have a home of my own I can retire in, spending lazy days soaking up the sun. Having a warm bed and blankie during the winter, and having a hooman serve me yummy meals, toys and chews.