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; Cassie is a house trained, openly friendly girl, who rides well in the car, and gets along with other dogs. She is an active and happy girl, but has had some trouble in the past with adjusting to new people coming into the home, once she feels bonded with her family. We have not seen this behavior at all here at the sanctuary, and we have known her for quite some time now, but we do want to let adopters know this, as the behavior did cost her the family she was misguidedly trying to protect. This never happened while out and about in public, and in these situations she is very well mannered and social. We are looking for an adult home for Cassie, with folks who will be willing to work on this issue should it arise again. She really is highly bonding, cuddly and slightly goofy girl. In her next home she will however need someone to teach her that they do not need her to protect them from the dangers' of visiting friends, or to go settle in a different room when they have visitors.
; Cassies original bio, before she was returned for nipping a stranger inside her home: Social, nicely mannered, great in the car, great in a crate, good on leash, great with other dogs, though not a submissive dog. Cassie (formerly Cayenne) is spicy, and she can move, but she is a good family dog, friendly and happy, and eager to have a home!
; She is smart, agile, sweet, and definitely part Husky! She needs a well fenced yard. She will need to bond well before going off leash, but she is smart and people social, and very good! Great with other dogs - but not a pushover. A terrific dog. Not for the faint of heart, or first timers necessarily. She is house-trained and well mannered.
; If you would like to learn more about this very loving girl who craves another chance at a forever home, please send applications to email@example.com
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