Kailey does great with her foster family, she is just shy with new people. Kailey is working on meeting/greeting new visitors. She is standoffish at first with new friends and does best if you ignore her (she'll reciprocate). She is fearful of strangers and prefers a warming up period before being approached. She is working on this inFrogs to Dogs classes, which are available at no cost and for life to her adopter. She is house and crate trained and is a great addition to any family. Kailey knows basic commands, sit, shake, touch and lie down. She will respond and come when called by her name. She is really excited for walks but is not a big puller when walking. She has never had a potty accident and has not destroyed anything in her foster home.
Because she is so loving with people she knows, she does occasionally jump up quite rapidly into laps, she's a 50 lb. lap dog. She likes nothing better than to be with her humans, is very cuddly and wants so much to please her people. Her foster dad works from home and Kailey is happy to stay at his feet or sleep in her bed. Because she is shy with new people, she would like a confident person who helps her feel safe. All this girl wants is lots of love.
Age: 2 Years Old
Weight: 55 Pounds
Temperament: Gets along with dogs and can be cat tested upon request
Training: Housetrained and crate-trained
Vetting: Spay/neutered, up-to-date on vaccines, heartworm negative
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