Even though she’s a goofball she very much enjoys snuggling on the couch or bed and taking a nap. Nana is house trained and mostly crate trained, although her foster mom is still working on getting her to go in the crate without food or toy motivation as all she wants is to be with her people. She does do well outside of the crate for extended periods of time but likes to rearrange laundry around the house if left out. However, she hasn’t been destructive to anything, as she just relocates it. Her tricks that she has pretty much down are sit and shake, and she’ll let you know she knows shake because she’s always handing over that paw. Her foster mom is working on the command "lay down" with her. Her foster mom is also working on her leash manners and the command Come
Since Nana is more mature and is moderate to low in energy level, she will do best in a household that has a low energy dog that won't be in her face or as an only dog, as she would love nothing more than the devoted attention of her people. She wants nothing more than someone to love her and occasionally toss a tennis ball.
For more information on our adoption process, please visit our website at www.youluckydogrescue.org and read our Adoption FAQ's and Before You Adopt documents. In addition you can complete an online adoption application from our website. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org for additional details.
Our adoption fee is $300 and includes all age appropriate vaccines, spay or neuter and microchipping. The breed and age included in this listing is based upon the opinion of a vet that has examined the dog. We cannot confirm the age of the dog unless the dog was born in the care of the rescue. We are located in the metro Atlanta area. We currently do not allow out of state adoptions as a home check is required as part of the adoption process.
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