But she needs to be an only dog, and no cats. She is a dominant female from working lines.
More about Sierra T.
Sierra T. is also a member of the GSRNC Thulani Program. She was found in the Chatsworth area of Southern California. Our veterinarian and trainer do not believe she is a senior dog as originally listed based on her play and energy levels. So we have revised her age listing to be consistent with their recommendations... 7 years old.
Since Sierra T. is not a senior, the Thulani Program will cover all medical costs for the first year of her adoption.
She has a funny personality and an amazing way of letting you know when she is hungry. When at the shelter she played with her food bowl and held it for the kennel worker when it was feeding time – waiting for him to fill it... “More please!” We captured a photo of her doing this below.
She’s a tennis ball fanatic. Ball focused, but realizes people are part of the game, so brings you the ball and drops it. Then stares. If nothing good happens (i.e. you throw the ball) she picks it up and drops it closer to you. You can also take the ball from her mouth without tugging.
She would have made a great working dog. Can jump right into a car without assistance and will ride quietly. She also walks well on a lead.
Sierra T. would be good in an active home – maybe with kids who will play with her. She is incredibly social with people.
Did I mention she likes playing ball?!!!
If you want to learn more about Sierra T., or are possibly interested in providing her a home, please contact us by email at email@example.com.
As we learn more about Sierra T. we will update her bio.
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