If you're looking for an Olympic running star to keep you company on the trail, Chica is the dog of your dreams.
This friendly, outgoing girl is eager to introduce herself to any human she sees, especially if she thinks it will get her the petting and belly rubs she loves. Then she's ready to go with her new friends for walks and runs along the trails. At home, she's up for cuddles on the couch.
Chica is a smart, curious girl who loves exploring her surroundings and loves being in training classes. Very treat motivated, she answers to the "sit" command and is perfecting "shake." Plus she seems house trained.
She gets along well with the other dogs in her classes and is learning to pay little attention to those she meets on the trail.
Chica is ready to be a wonderful companion in a family that can give her attention and exercise, couch cuddles - and those treats. Come take this energetic, sweet girl for a walk!
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