Petty, spayed female, 7 months old, 33 Lbs.
Petty was rescued from a high-kill shelter in the Eastern part of Taiwan. Due to very limited population in the area, Petty barely had any chance to be discovered and adopted. When we first saw her, she was so skinny; her body was covered with mud and fleas. She was a very welcoming and smart pup. When she saw us walking by, she happily paced approaching to us with the little wagging tail to ask for pet. We immediately claimed her out and took her to an animal hospital for a thorough physical checkup. Luckily she didn’t have any serious diseases but had some dermal issues and malnutrition. After completing all necessary medical treatment and the intensive care at foster home, her derma and malnutrition issues had solved; she turned out to be a very happy puppy with a clean bill of health. Petty enjoys to be around with people, children and doggie friends. She is doing so well at foster home, always brings lots of laughter to everybody. She loves to make new friends and never gets into dog fights. Petty is a very intelligent and easy going pup. She was born with naïve and sweet nature who learns commends quickly.
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The dog is: Submissive.
Energy level: Medium-high energy.
The dog is: Playful and very sweet.
Is the dog friendly with: People Y , Children Y , Dogs Y , Cats Y
Is the dog good and patient with young children? Yes.
Is the dog housetrained? Inside on wee wee pad; Outside in training.
Is the dog food motivated? Yes.
Does the dog get along well with other dogs at home and in public? Yes.
Does the dog bark continuously when left alone? No.
Does the dog chew? Sometimes, when she gets bored.
Does the dog get along well with cats? No aggression.
Does the dog walk well on leash? Yes.
Does the dog have food aggression to other dogs? No.
Does the dog have food aggression to people? No.
Can people touch the food in the bowl while the dog is eating? Yes.
Is the dog afraid of man? No.
Has the dog ever bitten anyone? No.
Is there any part of the body the dog doesn’t like to be touched? No.
How is the dog with new environment? Adjust well quickly.
Does the dog know any command? Sit and wait before gets food.
Is there anything the dog doesn’t like or afraid of? No.
Are there any red flags we should know? No.
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