DOB: 4/2013 Weight: 49 lbs
According to her foster mom, Laci is a cuddlebug, who just wants to cuddle with you on the couch. She is housetrained on a schedule(let out every 4 hrs) and she gets along well with medium to large dogs well. She is okay with older more relaxed cats, but if they run, she will chase(same with smaller dogs) Moderate energy, wants to walk and explore and play then crash on the couch and sleep several hours away. She is a squirrel and rabbit chaser, so a harness and strong leash are a must. She is food driven and loves to get rewarded for good behavior. She may know sit. She does it half the time when foster mom says it to the other furkids. She was surrendered because she had no interests in hunting.
She has had a rabies shot, booster, bordetella and been wormed. She is spayed, microchipped and heartworm tested negative. She came to the shelter 4/2017.
Our adoption fee is $130.00 and it helps to cover a portion of the dog's vetting costs. The adoption process includes the completion of an application followed by an interview.
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