Thank you for your interest in February, aka Febs. I absolutely love this dog! I have been fostering her for a couple of months now. She's completely house trained and never tampers with anything in my home while left out when I'm at work. Febs follow commands and is very intuitive (she learns quickly). Febs can sit, lay, and stay. She loves (understatement) to snuggle and rest her head in your lap. She's about 35 pounds, 2 years old, and so adorable. She loves to carry around stuffed animals (and occasionally de-fluff them) play fetch with a ball, and wrestle with my other dogs. She's even become very gentle and accepting of my cat after a gradual and controlled introduction. She may do better with confident cats who are used to dogs and not afraid of them. Oh, and throw this girl a frisbee and she will snatch it out of the air like a champ! She is so eager to please and trainable.
February does need support when meeting new people and dogs.It takes some patience and understanding to help her adjust to a new social circle, but boy does she want to be loved. I have introduced her to new people and it has gone smoothly every time as long as it is slow and careful. I typically tell people to completely ignore her - as in not even look at her for a couple hours - and then she is fine and can be loved on. When out walking, Febs can pull very hard on leash, but her Freedom Harness really helps with this. It would be preferable for her new home to have a fenced yard so that leash walks are not her only way of getting exercise - she gets the "zoomies" often.
Febs has come such a long way since I've had her in foster. She is still learning to be calm and confident, so she does need a home that's not too chaotic with older kids or no kids and not a lot of unannounced visitors. But if you really want a life long companion, she's worth every second of the extra training. And if you are looking for a dog who is a playful, fun-loving cuddle bug at home, then you need look no further. Contact me for more information about sweet Febs today!
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