Leah is really a great dog when proper boundaries are enforced and she has an outlet for her energy. Leah loves meeting new people and hasn't shown any issues being introduced to various strangers. Her only issues go back to that no manners thing as she is learning not to jump on people or bark when she sees new people. She has been introduced to a 4 year old and aside from the crazy energy level Leah did really well.
Leah had never been around other dogs prior to the shelter so this has been an adjustment for her. When first meeting new dogs Leah will bark and hackle up however she is actually scared of them. If they come up to her she will tuck tail and hide. Leah has barrier issues and will fence fight if allowed however she is a lot of talk and not much else. We have let her ease into playing in groups with pretty tolerate dogs because she can be a pest - again no manners - but she is slowly learning how to play and get along.
Leah is an overall great dog with a fun, energetic personality who is searching for an equally energetic human to call her own. Leah will need dedicated training to tame some of her antics but promises to give lots of love and loyalty in return.
If you would like an adoption application for Leah please email Tierhavenrescue@gmail.com.
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