Hi! I'm Dolly! I was born 10-15-2014. Dolly is currently around 50 pounds. She is a beautiful lab shep mix. She has a beautiful charcoal grey color. Her hair is what I call medium length. She is a nice medium sized dog. She is good with humans once she gets to know them. However I would like for her to go to a home with no small kids, she don't know how to take tiny people. She should do ok with an older kid around 12 years or old. She is a little hesitant when she is outside her comfort zone. However with assurance she does well.
She would do well in a home where there is a confident dog she can pair up with. She would also do well in a home with a fenced yard. She has one here, she is crate trained and will go out to potty. Here she has access to the yard almost all the time when she is not crated for the small amount of time during the night. She loves her crate though. She actually crates her self at night and waits for me to shut the door. She is very smart and already knows a few commands.
Dolly is spayed, current shots and heartworm prevention and microchipped. She will receive a complete physical and a certificate of health prior to going to her new home. The adopter will receive all her vet records with adoption.
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