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; *Shelter Notes* JUNE is a female mystery mix puppy (looks Chihuahua mixed with Cattle Dog), Approx. 6 months old and about 13 lbs.. She is shy and scared in her new shelter surroundings but is sweet and likes to be petted with minimal effort. Gave female volunteer kisses. Came in as a stray.'
; *FOSTER NOTES* 11/7/16- June is a more dominant dog and much more confident with new people. She still skitters away when she doesn't want to be caught to go into the crate. We are working on getting into the crate on her own. My husband had some difficulty trying to get her into her crate at bedtime. She has 'mounted' Hazel, her bed, and our Maddie but stops with a correction of 'no' or a finger snap. She did show a slight food aggression with a 'highly valued' chewy but only growled and refused to release it to me. She never once tried to snap or bite. At this stage, no more chewys will be offered to her. She does nothing when I pick up her food bowl. I am working on her taking food 'nicely'' from my hand. She can be very determined to get to Hazel's food!
; June is a wiz kid. She picks up on commands very quickly. She is very food motivated and really wants to please. She loves attention and good scratches. She is very sweet and I have seen no signs of aggression even when Maddie gave her a gentle correction after mounting her. She learned sit within minutes and is now adept at sit and down. She is learning calmness before releasing(same as Hazel), and is doing very well and sits at every opportunity! I am really working on waiting at the door as she wants to shoot through at any opportunity. I can imagine her getting out of someone's home quite easily. She walks well on a leash and raises the hair on her back at other dogs but shows no aggression on a walk.
; She also does well in the crate at night and has had one accident in the house. She also 'pottied' on command this afternoon. She, also, is not too interested in toys. She will play
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