Gooday Mates and thanks for stopping by my profile. My name is Madlin and crikey if I am not a brindle beauty. I am not from Australia but some of my favorite animals are and that might help explain my personality. My foster mom says I most resemble a chameleon. I blend into whatever vibe is being given off. If you are ready to play, I will be right there with you. I love my toys, tennis balls, and anything that allows me to spend time with my humans. When you are ready to relax, I am more than happy to cuddle and get belly rubs while we chill. I am housetrained and am working on kennel training. I have great indoor manners and allowed to roam free when my fosters are out of the house. Sometimes I act like another one of my favorite animals, kangaroos! My foster says that when I get excited, I hop up, down, and all around. My ears even bounce up and down when I walk, and my tail never stops wagging. When I am not bouncing or blending into my environment, I am being as cute as a koala. With my white paws and gorgeous smile, I will melt your heart. I am a bit shy when I first meet new people but once I warm up, I am deeply affectionate and trusting. I am selective with other dogs, so I would need to meet any furry friends you might currently have in your household. An adult only household would be best for me, but I could thrive in a house or an apartment. My foster says I am the easiest, low-maintenance dog she has ever fostered. I would love for you to reach out to email@example.com to meet me. Madlin: Australian for Good Dog. Madlin's adoption fee has been sponsored by Ziwi Pets!
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