Hi! My name is Diamond. I was named that because I have a little diamond on the top of my head. I am living it up in my foster home with my play-doggy friend Bourbon. I am crate trained, leash trained, and potty trained. I used to tremble when we go for walks, but not anymore! Now I seek out affection from others on our walks. I walk very well on a leash. I do not pull and I am loose leash trained with a collar. I am a cuddle bug and love to snooze on the couch. I am best crated if you will be away for more than 2 hours. I love to chew on bones and I am the best fetcher! I can find the squeaky thing in any squeaky toy. I do know 3 commands, sit, stay and come. I am eager to please and I will work for treats. I do best with male dogs and am cat selective. I am not kid tested yet but there should be no reason why I would not be ok with them. All signs point in that direction. We will keep you posted.
Update: Diamond plays well with female dogs her size. Her new best friend in the household is a fellow foster dog named Rhea Claire. Diamond shares all toys including raw hide bones. Diamond also likes her indestructible ball that she pushes around the yard with her nose. Diamond is still learning that new places can be fun. She now likes the Pets store.
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