Date of Birth: Approx. 6/10/2013
Dog friendly: No
Cat friendly: No
Kid friendly: Yes
House trained: Yes
Crate trained: TBD
Energy level: Moderate
History: Pulled from a high kill shelter while pregnant
Adoption Fee: $250
From the Foster: Flora is an amazing and loving soul. She is one of the sweetest dogs ever! She is house broken. She seems to do better with free reign vs. closed up in a kennel or a room, but she does very well left out!
She wants to please and is overall a very loving dog. She absolutely loves getting attention, and she loves playing with toys and is most often carrying them around in her mouth. She loves tennis balls and plays great fetch! She does well with bones and treats and tolerates walks on the leash just fine. She doesn't pull, she is just happy for the attention. She is a beautiful dog inside and out, and takes treats so gently she barely touches you or the treat. This girl has some manners!! She loves people, she will usually always want to jump up to give you kisses, but knows what "no" is and will happily get down. She loves to just be close to someone at all times, but chills well by herself too.
She will prefer to be an only dog, she has had successful interactions with dogs but it takes the right dog friend and a lot of slow intros and time. She can be aggressive with new dogs and does require someone able to manage this. She is an easily managed dog and does listen if you tell her to stop, focus, leave it, etc. She has been fostered successfully with puppies, and with other adult dogs and really likes to have a friend once she's comfortable with them, but she also loves to be an only dog as well. So while she can make new friends - if you're not comfortable with the time that will take its ok. She's happy as a calm being your one and only!
Please apply to meet this girl, I don't think you'd regret it for a second!
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