Quin loves to run and play outside, and enjoys going for hikes and playing fetch with her tennis ball.. She also LOVES to go swimming and has also been on canoe trips. She knows commands including sit, lay down, wait, stay, drop, crawl, sit pretty, and was also learning to crawl on her belly and spin around in her previous home. She is housebroken, crate-trained and also leash trained.
Quin will need a quiet home environment, without a lot of commotion or people coming or going. She barks at strangers, and it takes her a little time to get to know and trust new people. She will need an experienced dog owner. As a puppy Quin was isolated to a bedroom by her owners, so she did not get to meet many people. Her first real life experiences happened after she was surrendered to our shelter when she was 5-6 months old. She loves the shelter staff and people that she has met, but will need time to adjust to a new environment and experiences.
If you are interested in finding out more about Quin, please contact our office or stop by and ask to meet her in person. She has been spayed, microchipped, and is up to date on her vaccinations and heartworm/lyme tested negative. She is a healthy and active young dog that would love to be able to go home with someone soon!
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