This is Courage. Courage is about two year old, is hilarious, and is #adoptable
Not even five minutes after loading Courage up into my car and buckling him in, he somehow wormed his way underneath my car seat hammock and made it to the floor. He shoved his fluffy face onto my centre console, said hi, and then crawled back up on to the top of the hammock. Courage was a little stressed in the car on the way to the park, but was willing to eat the treats that I continuously tossed into the back of the car to keep him entertained.
When we got to the park, Courage was very much ready to get out of the car. When I unbuckled his seat belt, he was leaning so hard to get out that he tumbled out with zero grace, landed upside down, shook himself off, and we were happily on our way.
At the park, Courage was clearly quite worried at first, consistently scanning his surroundings. That was until we found holes. This dude loves holes! He excitedly wanted to shove his nose in every hole he found and dig around a bit. Much doggery was had.
It was clear that Courage through leashes were stupid (though he didn't actually pull very much) and really wanted to run. So we ran. It's so hard not to laugh at this happy dude running. He ran so joyously, spinning in circles, and eventually tumbling over his own feet. I got it on video. Enjoy! He was clearly not bothered by his tumble at all.
Later, I brought out the tennis ball. This guy absolutely loved chasing the ball and tossing it in the air. Fetch wasn't really a concept he understood, but he was so stoked when the ball showed up. I'm honestly not sure if he knew that it was me that was throwing the ball or if he thought that it just randomly appeared on the ground sometimes and that was exciting, but either way, he had fun.
I'm happy to report that when it was time to go back, Courage confidently hopped up into the car and relaxed for the entire drive.
If you or anyone you know is interesting in bringing a super soft floofy boy into your home who is guaranteed to make you laugh, you can find Courage (A1281919) at the San Jose Animal Care Center @adoptapetsj