Intake Date: 12/28/2022
Origination Place: Breeder surrender
Last Update: 01/25/2023
Age: 5 years
Weight: 23 lbs.
Energy Level: Moderate
Color & Markings: BlueGood with other dogs: Selectively
Good with cats: No
Homes with children under 8 can be considered: No
Object Aggression: None
Special Needs: None
Medications: Monthly heartworm and flea/tick preventative
Crate Trained: Working on it!
House Trained: Working on it!
Physical Fence Required: Yes
My likes: I love stuffed toys. I prefer the ones that crinkle over the ones with a squeaker. I don’t understand bones, but I do enjoy a good yak chew!
My dislikes: I am still very timid and scared of things such as loud noises, barking dogs, fast movements, and any sort of yelling. I don’t like those one bit!
I get along with: I do well with older, calm dogs. I adore my senior foster sibling and cuddle with her every time I get the chance. I enjoy meeting new people and have loved every adult woman I’ve met so far.
My ideal home: I would love a home with a fence as I am still nervous of being on leash and much prefer to be able to roam free. That said, I am a runner—so for your sanity and my safety, I need a fence. I would love a calm, quiet home where I have an older dog sibling that can continue to help me build confidence and teach me to be a dog. I would love a big yard as I have big zoomies and need lots of space to run them all out.
Additional info you might want to know about me: I am timid about most things and take my cues from the dogs around me. I was even scared of the grass the first time my foster mom put me down on it! My canine foster siblings are helping me understand how to be a dog and to have more confidence, but I am taking baby steps and still have a ways to go.
As I am still coming out of my shell and learning to be a dog, some dogs frighten me and I get defensive. Calm dogs and those that are more standoffish are great and I do well meeting and interacting with them. I just like to keep things chill! Dogs that have a lot of energy or smell me for too long are problematic. I am also scared of children (I know, I know, I’m a chicken) and sometime react if they are too loud or don’t respect my space. I need time to warm up to men and need to approach them on my own terms. If this boundary isn’t respected, I get scared and then defensive.
So! I need a family that is willing to work with me to build confidence and understands/loves my quirks. My new family will need to be committed to positive reenforcement training methods. I have lots of love to give, I just need time to feel safe in giving it to you!
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