Our policy is to reserve the cat-trainable dogs for those homes that truly require them. If you have no small animals, you will need to adopt a dog that is not deemed small animal trainable.
Crystal’s personality has really blossomed since she has been with her foster home! She's a very sweet, goofy, and confident girl. She craves attention and is very snuggly and affectionate. She gives lots of kisses and is always rubbing her face on us looking for pets and affection. She loves having her back and neck scratched and does a cute little dance when she's really enjoying it. She's a total couch potato and after attention, her second favorite thing is a soft bed (preferably ours!) or a couch with a big stack of pillows. She tolerates our dogs well but would probably prefer to be an only child. She crates really well and doesn't have any issues with being left alone, but if we're home, she definitely wants to be as close to us as possible. She has a cute habit of collecting all the dog toys in her crate. She has mastered the stairs and is an easy, confident leash walker and a real pleasure to have out and about. She has not showed any recent interest in our cats, so that potential concern has seemed to resolve itself. All in all, she has adjusted to life as a pet really well, and she really just needs a family who will spoil her with cuddles.
A fenced yard is required to adopt Crystal.
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