Quie is friendly, mellow and easy-going by nature. He’s a little shy when encountering strangers, but will soon responds to their gentle and friendly gestures with happy wagging tail. He is gentle with children, but tends to stay away from young kids under 5-y-o. He loves doggie play pals, and stays calm around cats. He’s doing well in foster home; he’s potty trained, crate trained, and has no chewing or barking issues inside the house. He adapts to new environment quickly; will show affection and begin to snuggle with people after only a short while. Quie will make a great companion for family without very young kids. Please watch his videos to know him better.
Quie and his siblings were born to a stray mother dog at a grave yard. They lived a hard life because food was very difficult to come by. A rescuer found them while doing routine feeding of stray dogs in the area. The puppies were playful and friendly; they were taken in by the rescuer and placed with foster homes. All puppies were given a complete checkup and treatment. Quie is one of the lucky puppies.
Quie is very healthy and playful. He is ready for his forever home. We’re looking for a family that understands the responsibilities of raising a puppy. Please give Quie a chance to join your family where he can be loved and cared for.
Please watch Quie’s YouTube videos below:
Good with dogs
Good with kids
Good with strangers
Has no food aggression toward human
Has no food aggression toward dogs
Energy level: Medium
Ideal home environment: Quiet or Active: both
Is the dog good with strangers: Friendly
The dog is best with children of what age group? Any age group
Is the dog good with other dogs? Small dogs – Yes Big dogs – Yes
Is the dog good with cats? yes
Good on leash? yes
How is the dog with men? friendly
Food aggression with people? no
Food aggression with dogs? no
Has the dog ever bitten anyone? no
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