Hi, I’m a single male educator (late 30’s) looking for shelter (a private room, pool house, above garage etc.) for my dog and I to move into. I cannot afford a lot at this point, as I’m emerging from financial hardship and need a solid place to call home.
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I do prefer female roommates as I tend to get along better with them. Men tend to “Alpha” too much for me and I want NONE of that. However, I’m NOT looking for a move-in relationship or anything like that. Right now, what my dog and I need is shelter from the storm.
I’m handy (jack of all trades) I HAVE TOOLS and can help fix things. Can we negotiate that into the rent somehow? I’m quiet and I can easily “live small” to adapt to any living situation. (That’s my term for dirtying less dishes, not leaving messes, turning lights off, doing household chores like garbage, recycle, etc.)
About the dog-
The big deal is not me though, it’s my dog. He’s a rescue (Naples area,) and can be timid In new places at first. He is small (20lbs,) 7 yrs. old, mostly quiet, definitely housebroken, loyal and obedient. He has a personality all to himself though and when most people meet him, they adore him.
He IS the kind of dog that would rather hold his business than to go indoors where he lives. Trust me, he can make his own belly upset because he holds it for RAIN AND FIREWORKS! LOL poor guy... I have to say though, I truly believe he benefits best from the attention of a second person and perhaps other dogs around. (If other dogs are present in the unit, it’s usually best for the dogs to meet first at a neutral place like a dog park.)
Maybe that’s enough for now. So I’m throwing my coin into the fountain and hoping for a miracle. In the right situation, we would be a perfect fit and forever grateful. If you are kind-hearted and think you fit the bill, please respond.
A man and his dog