I really like to play — especially with another dog that likes to play and I can go for a long time outside just running around and “wrestling” and “playing keep-away”. Once I am back in the house though, I am like many sighthounds and I just like to relax.
I am crate trained and housetrained and I walk pretty good on a leash.
If you only have small dogs that don’t like to play, then you are going to have to find a way to keep me entertained or else I will be too much energy for them.
Since I was an unclaimed stray in a shelter, my foster person doesn’t have information on my former life, and there are no cats in my foster home so I am not sure how I would be with them. But even though there isn’t anything my foster can tell you about my past, she can tell you that I am a happy and sweet dog!
Since she is part sighthound, Tricia will require a fenced yard – no underground fences please.
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