Sophia met a 40 pound 6 yr old male dog at the park while walking she wanted to play had no fear nor aggression
just ready to play
On her outing we stopped and sat outside for 45 minutes and she was fine hanging out with some little minute walks in between
I say for her age she's a very well behaved pup at least she is with myself
I am a natural alpha leader so dogs respond accordingly I don't have to say much
Sophia also sits via hand signal
The only thing she could need a bit extra work jumping up when excited or at people walking by
but she's not a hard jumper but lightweight and easy
it won't take her long but days with the right teacher besides that she's like any other pup her age
She was raised with love not traumatized
she came originally from the Fresno shelter at 2 months old adopted by rev. owner that could no longer keep her and her sister with 3 kids a full time job at a home business and a temporarily disabled hubby so we took both pups in
Sophia grew up in a country type setting and fostered in one but has no problems around cars or noises
we would love her in a quiet neighborhood and would prefer country or outskirts of town but for the right matching family not a must
Sophia never really chewed up any human things as long as she has plenty of daily exercise, love, training and a person at home with time
We are looking for someone that is home during the day that is ready for a 15 year commitment has the time and resources to care for a new furry family member
Potty trained to dog door but will need a good potty routine after a move into a new home
We are looking for dog Experienced home owners that are ready to adopt a new family member not just a dog
a matching forever family that will appreciate a dog like Sophia
Sophia is a fairly easy pup for someone that is not a first time dog owner
adoption fee, references, fenced yard, pics of home
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