Keoni is a super smart little lady who likes to know where her boundaries are. She’s eager to please and is a very good girl when given consistent expectations.
Because she is so smart, Keoni will need an active person/family that will exercise her mind as well as provide physical activity on a daily basis. Even simple things like hiding treats, taking a car ride or a new route on your walk make her a happy pup! YLDR will be happy to provide more tips and tricks for this!
Keoni is a Border Collie Mix born February 2016. She is spayed, microchipped and up to date on vaccinations.
AS WITH ALL YOUNG PUPS, Keoni will need constant supervision when not crated. Puppies will chew and get into trouble as any puppy would. A puppy needs a leader and someone to teach the basics of house training, obedience, and behavior. As they get older, they will need more exercise (walks, hikes, playing fetch, etc) to expend their energy and to be happy and healthy.
Don't get us wrong, we love puppies! However, we also want those interested in adopting a wee canine to make a thoughtful decision, be realistic in behavior expectations, and be prepared to provide proper and kind leadership.
For more information on our adoption process, please visit our website at www.youluckydogrescue.org and read our Adoption FAQ's and Before You Adopt documents. In addition you can complete an online adoption application from our website. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org for additional details.
Our adoption fee is $300 and includes all age appropriate vaccines, spay or neuter and microchipping. The breed and age included in this listing is based upon the opinion of a vet that has examined the dog. We cannot confirm the age of the dog unless the dog was born in the care of the rescue. We are located in the metro Atlanta area. We currently do not allow out of state adoptions as a home check is required as part of the adoption process.
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