I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, and not good with kids.
Addie is still a little confused about how she ended up here but she's starting to settle in and show her true personality. This adorable bi-colored female is originally cautious around people or other dogs, not quite sure how she will be treated but patience and a kind voice work wonders with her confidence. She's funny, has a silly grin when she's happy and she loves having a good time. Addie's affectionate and encourages her foster to pet and cuddle with her often. After a couple of days, she and her foster mom's dogs have become great friends, initiating long games of chase and and toy swap to entertain everyone. Addie is petite, a smaller female but still in breed standard. She sits politely for meals, comes when called, is house and crate trained, she will bark an alert but isn't a yappy dog. She's at that perfect age where she has energy and loves to play but also knows when to relax and chill.
Addie is a great girl. She was given up due to no fault of her own. She will require someone with patience to let her come out of her shell but this happened within a couple of days at her foster home so we believe she will settle in quickly in a new home. Addie needs a place with no small children to chase and scare her. She's fine with teens and older. She is such an easy and willing girl and wants someone to love her and play with her and, in return, she will be your best friend and playmate for years to come.