Intake Date: March 26, 2019
Origination Place: Breeder/Berlin Vet
Last Update: April 24, 2019
Age: estimated 4
Weight: 41 lbs
Energy Level: low
Color & Markings: brown and white
Good with other dogs: yes
Good with cats: yes
Good with kids: BBR Policy states no children under the age of 8+.
Object aggression: none
Special Needs: dry eye condition
Medications: ointment (Optimmune/Optixcare) needs to be placed in both eyes every 12 hours for the rest of her life or until otherwise directed by veterinarian, these eye meds will coat apx $65 every 5-8 weeks, regular ear cleaning, heartworm rx, and flea prevention
Crate Trained: Linda doesn't willingly go into her crate, but is fine once coaxed/placed inside
House Trained: working on house training at this time
Physical Fence Required: Linda doesn't go anywhere at a brisk pace, but may wonder off if left unattended. She will either need leash walked, closely monitored in the backyard, or a fence.
Adoption donation: $625
My Ideal Home:
Linda has one goal....to receive love! She would spend the entire day... everyday...all day.... cuddling and encouraging you to pet her. She is such a bundle of love!
Linda is not a huge fan of walks. At this time, she is not leash trained. As matter of fact, if she finds an appealing smell or has had enough of walking, she will lie down in protest. Given lots of encouragement, she will decide when to resume her walk. If you prefer short leisurely strolls, Linda is the girl for you!
Linda loves a good meal. She is currently eating Natural Balance Sweet Potato and Venison.
Regarding house training, Linda has had a few accidents. We are working on teaching her that potty time is outside. She is so sweet and wants to please that I hope she will catch on quickly! One thing to watch is that Linda thinks her feces are a tasty treat, so be ready to pick it up quickly!
As far as other fur friends, she is super easy going and very submissive. She likes and is almost indifferent to other dogs and cats. She is just learning that toys can be fun too!
Overall, Linda would do best in home with plenty of time for loving and a family who is willing to be patient with the potty training!
Intake info: puppy mill survivor
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