Bleu was found as a stray in Nov. She had been wandering around for several days with a broken leg. She was picked up by Animal Control and has had surgery on her leg. The leg is now fine and Bleu loves to run around the yard. She gets along with cats, even sleep with them, and most dogs. She wants to be an Alpha dog, so she would be best in a home with male dogs or submissive females. Bleu loves to know everything that is going on around her, likes to cuddle with her humans in bed in the morning, playing with toys and loves puppies.
Bleu needs a yard that is fenced with a high fence because she can jump a 4 ft fence with no problem. There must also be no steps or anything close to the fence that she can use as a "ladder" to get out. She is house trained will use a doggie door.
Bleu is spayed, HW neg and up to date on vaccinations.
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