Tia is in need of being rehomed, this is not a result of her behavior. Due to changes in her family's lives they would like her to find placement with a family that can remain dedicated to her having the happiest life possible. Tia is good with children (Buster always recommends older children) she has been around children and is currently with a 12 year old now. She is good with cats and has lived with 3 cats. Tia, was taken to Pet smart weekly for about a year when she was a puppy. They offered a social dog meeting which lasted one hour, and she did great with the other dogs.
Tia has been introduced to other dogs and she behaves pretty good. Depending on the other dog, she might be excited at first, but after 10 min. she just wants to play with the other dog.
Tia tells you when she wants to play, and throws her toys into your lap. Also, if you lay on the couch, she may come and lays on your lap and for a nap.
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