Katia "Katie" came to us on October 20 from a rural shelter where space can run out quickly. She is a sweet little girl who is somewhat shy (scared) and takes a few minutes to warm up to strangers. It appears she has not been treated kindly in the past. Once she knows you she gives kisses, hugs, and will be in your lap.
Katie is a highly active dog. She would chase the birds from the bird feeder for hours if I let her. She plays nicely with the other dogs in the home. I started taking her to “daycare” two days per week at another foster’s house with my dogs. So there are 8-9 dogs to play with.
Katie did not know what toys or nyla bones were when she arrived. She has learned to like those from my dogs. She jumps in the car for a ride, is learning about crate training and doing well with house breaking. She reminds me of a border collie personality, has to be doing things and have a job to do. I have started her on fetch and tennis ball work to give her that job. Katie is very smart, you can literally see the wheels turning. She is food motivated.
Katie would enjoy patient parents who have a fenced yard to play in and explore (bird feeder too). She needs her person around most of the time. Another well-adjusted dog to learn from is preferred. Older children would be best due to her activity level. She would enjoy learning new things especially if treats were involved.
For more information please contact her foster Denise at email@example.com.
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