We've had her in some intense training. She is a very smart girl who will continue to need physical and mental training with her being well suited to an active household. She's the type of girl who prefers a calm introduction to new people and backs away from people who want to cuddle and hold her too quickly.
Sometimes she gets squirrel brain and her prey drive makes her forget all training as she run after it. She will need help with re-enforcement with this over the years.
She will need an experience pack leader who is willing to spend the time with her to bring out her best.
She loves other dogs, and is learning to trust stranger. At this time we do not recommend young children in her placement as the excitement just seems to overwhelm her and she makes poor decisions.
We are not sure how she would do with cats.
Her trainer has some guidelines that she will share with the successful applicant.
If interested please fill out our adoption form at
Adoption fee $450
No Borders Animal Rescue Society (NOBARS)
We are a registered non profit society. All our dogs are vaccinated, sterilized and are fostered in homes with families.
NOBARS believes that a dog is best assessed for a new home environment by living in one!!!! Therefore we do not use kennels, but have a network of approved foster homes where our dogs can be properly assessed before being offered for rehoming. Our foster homes offer a varied range of experiences which means we can choose an appropriate foster home for each dog, but it also means our dogs are able to experience situations which are invaluable to owners looking to take on a new forever friend, such as children, cats and other dogs.
Adoption fee: $450
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