Nancy is a scruffy little girl with great big ears and a thirst for adventure! She is super easy on leash and loves going for walks and exploring the great outdoors. She takes treats gently and knows some basic commands. But like many terriers, she has a strong personality and would do best with an experienced owner.
Here's what one of her kennel buddies said about Nancy: She got in and rode extremely well in the car. On the walk itself, she was initially so excited to be out that she pulled in different directions, but because she is so light it was very easy to manage. She settled down quickly, however, and was great on the leash for the rest of the walk. She loves to stop and smell everything like a typical terrier but kept the pace and walked well.
Aside from barking at one random couple walking by, she was pretty non-reactive to people and other dogs. When we stopped for our break she took treats well and demonstrated that she knows "sit".
If you’d be interested in fostering or adopting Nancy, please fill out an application online and be sure to mention her name….NANCY!!
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