Pauly & her best friend Winston: https://www.facebook.com/rieko.yuhara/videos/10154111108736799/?hc_ref=PAGES_TIMELINE
Meet Pauline! Pauline has come all of the way from South Carolina to find her forever home. She LOVES all people and is noted to be one of the sweetest dogs her foster mum has ever encountered. She is a professional cuddler and likes to sleep in bed with her foster mum, but is also okay sleeping on the floor next to the bed. Pauline loves belly rubs and has an adorable habit of offering her belly to anyone, anywhere including a busy streetcar! She would make a wonderful family pet for anyone looking for a sweet, affectionate and playful forever friend.
Pauline has a playful streak but also the maturity to relax and hang out, and chew on her favorite toys. She is house trained and does well when left home alone. She has never shown any destructive tendencies and would do well in an apartment or condo.
She is quickly learning basic commands such as sit, stay, wait etc. and when indoors, she is very responsive when called. She is still working on “wait”. Outdoors, Pauline is easily distracted by all of wonderful things to see and do and does need some work on her listening skills. Her foster mum says she is a very smart girl and that with time and patience, she is easily trainable.
Although Pauline plays very well with other dogs at the dog park, she does show some signs of food and toy guarding. Her foster mum says this behavior only occurs around other dogs and that Pauline has never demonstrated any possessiveness over her food or toys with her humans. For this reason though, we would recommend a home where she will be the only dog. Pauline has not been cat tested, but does like to chase squirrels and birds so cat free home is preferred.
If you are interested in adopting Pauline, please fill out an application at fetchandreleash.ca.
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