purebred, up to date with shots, not good with kids, and not good with cats.
I am purebred, up to date with shots, not good with kids, and not good with cats.
Ok here’s a good one. Secaucus Animal Hospital had this girl come in for an infection in her uterus. The owners said they couldn’t afford it so put her to sleep. The doctor said no and now we are looking for a home for her. She is 4 years old. I’ll be up front as well as I know. I picked her up on Saturday to get to know her. She has no leash manners and is a powerhouse. stubborn as well. She did play well with a stuffed animal but I had to trade her treats for her to give up the toy. She did bring it back though. I’m told she is animal aggressive. I didn’t have any animals with me, so I did not see it for myself. They also said she is human male aggressive. But when I brought her to work, she met 2 males and was wagging her tail and just sniffed for info. She needs someone who is very active. She has A LOT of energy and needs to get rid of it. She would not do good in a crate all day. She is locked in a run for several hours now and it’s driving her crazy. I wouldn’t trust her with small children just for the fact she is very strong. I did notice she was very curious with every sound that she could get her ears on outside. I believe she has a strong prey drive(chase birds, squirrels, etc) Any further info please contact SECAUCUS ANIMAL HOSPITAL 201-867-4795 Thank you PS she is not spayed as of yet. They will spay her if she gets adopted.
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