Age: Approx. DOB 11/8/08
Breed: Golden / Lab x
Dog friendly: Yes
Cat friendly: Yes
Kid friendly: Yes
House trained: Yes
Crate trained: Yes
Energy level: Moderate
History: Pulled from an animal control
Adoption Fee: $350.00
From the Foster:
Brandy here is already perfect in a home environment and is completely house trained with no accidents since getting here. She is also perfect in a kennel but i dont think she needs it. She keeps out of things that arent hers. She knows sit and shake. Also seems to know her name already too.
She seems to be more of the independent type dog and likes to keep to herself. She is not a lap dog and hasn't shown any interest in wanting to snuggle on the couch or sleep in bed with us. She also doesn't care for toys, but likes bones or rawhides to chew on. Her favorite thing is going outside and going for shorter walks, as she gets tired after about 30-45 minutes. I think she would love to have a yard to be able to walk around and sniff everything. She does great on a tie out and understands that it has its boundaries so i think with training she would do fine with an invisible fence. She will alert you to things going on outside by barking but otherwise she is a quiet dog. She is also very gentle when taking treats and i think she would do amazing in a house with kids. Car rides are great with her as she jumps right in and lays down and is perfect. She is dog friendly and does play with them for a short time when she's in the mood.
If you would like to know anymore information about this sweet lady please fill out the adoption form and the foster will be in contact with you soon. Thanks for showing interest in this gentle girl.
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