Intake date: 5/18/16
Available Date: 5/25/16
Condition on intake: Healthy
10/5/16 update: Great dog! Knows basic commands and is just great with other dogs. Fine with cats, does not bother them.
She is doing fantastic! Super great dog. Igores the cat. Is house trained. her and my dog are playmates, all they do is wrestle.
Foster home's bio:
Date I got this dog in foster 05/18/2016
Dog's Name Laney
Breed 1 Pointer
Breed 2 Boxer
Colors: Check all that apply White, Black, Ticking
Approximate Age 1 year
Approximate Weight 40 lb
Describe behavior around other dogs Plays well with other dogs.
Good with small dogs? No small dogs here to test with
Good with male dogs? Yes
Good with female dogs? Yes
Are there any cats at the foster home? Yes, indoor/outdoor
If you have cats, how does this dog react to them? Ignores
Energy level? Medium/High, needs a good hour or so romp to burn off some energy, then hangs out
Trained not to pull on leash? Working on it
Where are you keeping this dog?
Indoors except for exercise/potty breaks
Sleeps in bed with me/us
Sleeps on furniture/couch/chair
Sleeps in dog bed on floor
Is this dog crate trained? No
Rolls over easily for belly rubs
Greets new dogs nose to tail with loose body
Spay/Neuter Date 6/7/16
4DX Test Date 6/7/16
4DX Test Result Not tested yet
Origin Stray, owner dump
Anything else you want us to know about this dog? Great dog, ignores cats, great with kids. Plays well with dogs. Knows basic commands: sit, down, no. Walks well on leash. Housebroken. Loves people. Would make a good pet for a family that enjoys walks/hikes or play time in a fenced yard. Was dumped by former owner and lived outside before being rescued.
Date bio was written: 06-01-2016
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