While her foster family absolutely adored her, she was a huge pain to take anywhere because of her lack of social skills and manners. Because of this, we felt it would be best for her to do a board and train before going up for adoption.
Eve is now just over a year and in her board and train. She has proven to be an A+ student. She is crate and house trained as well as knows sit, down, place, drop it, and is mastering loose leash walking. Though Eve is still young and energetic she is calm in the house. All she wants to do is cuddle up with her humans. If you give her a soft toy, she will happily throw it into the air herself over and over. She is really quite the comedian and will keep you laughing for hours.
In her board and train, she has begun to learn how to properly interact with other dogs. Though we have high hopes of Eve becoming a social dog, as of right now, we would like to see her placed as the only dog in her foster home so that her training can be the main focus (but she would be happy to live with kids!). With training and time, Eve will surely blossom into a even more amazing dog than she already is.
Whoever fosters or adopts her will have continued training support.
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