Shasta is around 45 lbs. Spayed, heartworm free and a charmer. She is a family dog here and in love with the 5 and 10 yr old girls in her foster home. She wants to be a lap dog or at the very least a couch snuggler. (We have been working on no furniture and it is coming along well)
She goes in to her crate with the command "kennel in" and does not have any accidents in her crate. She is fairly well house broken but is always kenneled her if she is home alone. Shasta is content in her crate all night without any barking. She cries to be let out when she hears us moving about in the a.m. She goes to the door when she is wanting to go out but she does not bark or paw the door so her special someone needs to be aware when she gets up and heads to the door. She goes on leash but really needs a fenced in yard to get enough exercise to keep her happy. Every where she goes is at a dead run, no walking and she loves to play with her buddies outside.
Shasta is one of those dogs that has a "grin" on her face all the time and really wants to please! A sharp word and she looks remorseful. She is a bundle of energy but smart and gentle.
She will make the right family a wonderful companion and friend for life! She is a truly "good dog".
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