Meet Sally, an 1.5 to 2 year old American Bulldog mix. She is spayed, up to date on shots, HW negative and through and through an awesome dog (per her foster mom)!!
Sally is an easy dog and would even be good in an apartment as she doesn’t react to any noises. She is perfect in her crate, never had a single accident in the house. She knows sit and goes into her crate on command (showing her the food bowl replaces the verbal command in that case). She is a lover, wants to cuddle and enjoys the attention of her person. Sally comes with a vibration collar that helps to get her attention and it is also a good training tool. She also knows light signs. Turning the porch light on and off lets her know to come running into the house. She takes treats very nicely and never showed any kind of food aggression or toy possessiveness. Sally is not good with cats. She plays very rough with the dogs in the house of her foster mom, but they are used to it and accept it. Due to the fact that she can’t hear she tends to be leash reactive and also reacts when another dog comes near her crate. That isn’t a sign of aggression but more of an overreaction. She can’t hear herself bark and making all these noises. So, Sally would probably do best as the only dog in the household. Sally still needs some training, especially when it comes to walking on the leash.
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