Izzy was surrendered to animal control in Utah because she was chasing people and nipping at children. A fenced yard would have prevented this. Izzy is fine in a 4 foot high fence.
This is a fairly high drive dog that would excel at agility or possibly herding. She is fast and athletic, weighing about 30 pounds.
Izzy is housetrained and is now crate trained, and her foster mom is working on her house manners. She does know 'sit'.
Izzy gets along with most other dogs unless it's feeding time. Then she gets snappy with the other dogs. At meal times, Izzy's foster mom puts her in her crate and that's where she eats. Problem solved.
If you are interested in adopting Izzy you must have a fenced yard and a plan for keeping her exercised and mentally stimulated.
Izzy's adoption fee is $200 and includes spay, vaccinations, microchip, collar and ID tag.
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