Katy is just a doll with people and is always happy to hand out kisses and love. She will make herself right at home when you take her on a car ride.
Now that she's settled into her foster home she is starting to show her playful side. Katy gets along well with her 2 doggie foster siblings, but would do fine as an only dog.
Update from her foster home:
House training - Katy is completely housetrained - Once Katy learned our routine over the first week she has not had any accidents since.
Kennel training - We have not used a kennel with Katy. She has free reign of the house. However, she needs proper dog chews available to her to keep herself busy or she will find and chew things she shouldn't. (Shoes & stuffed toys should be kept out of her reach)
Is she good with the other dogs? Katy has been great with our dogs. At the dog park, she meets other dogs calmly, likes to run and play with the other dogs for a bit.
Is she good with cats? We haven't had her around any cats.
Is she good with kids? Katy has been around elementary age kids and was patient while 4 neighbor girls all crowded around her to pet her. She has also been around my 4 year old niece/nephew and did not pay much attention to them.
Does she know any commands? Katy knows to sit, lay down and shake.
How is she on leash? Katy will need work on this as she pulls very hard on the leash. With the cold weather we haven't been able to spend time working on this.
Please show Katy that the world is an amazing place and decide to share your life with her. She is sure to be a joy in your life.
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