Ebony is a loving and playful dog! She aims to please and loves her people so much. She's a professional snuggler and wants nothing more than to curl up with you on the couch. She really is one of the most affectionate dogs. Ebony gets along beautifully with her two foster fur-brothers and loves to run and wrestle with them in the yard. But she also respects boundaries and settles when they tire of playing, or you ask her to calm down. Ebony has a high prey drive so should not go to a home with small dogs, cats, or other little critters. She listens well and is not needy. She has wonderful house manners and has not been destructive at all, has not had any accidents, and is very calm in the house. She also goes into her crate on command and sleeps wonderfully through the night. Ebony loves children and has been gentle and loving with everyone including babies. She could use some work on leash manners and would benefit from some training classes. She wants so badly to play with all dogs that she meets, that she can become over stimulated and barky when she sees strange dogs on a leash. But Ebony is very smart, and very treat motivated, so this is something she is working on and will overcome! In her foster mom's quiet neighborhood with fenced yard, its not even an issue at all!
Age: 3 years
Weight: 43 lbs
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