Summer is a beautiful possible Shepherd/Collie mix female. Around 1-2 years old, 70lbs, loves people, would make awesome dog for a active family/single/couple. Needs a home with a yard, no apartments. Very affectionate, knows sit, LOVES balls, chasing lizards and cuddles. Her energy level seems moderate, not high. Loves her romps around the yard, walks and short runs, but is very quiet in the house. Would love to be someones adventure buddy. Take her camping, hiking, fishing, running, she is up for it all! Untested with cats, but would do best in a home with no kitties since she does have high toy drive. Has been great with other dogs, but still is learning on how to be social with other dogs without coming on too strong. Will require further training so she can be the best dog possible. :) She has a submissive personality with people, but needs training to help her confidence so she knows what the rules are and what is expected of her. She very much wants to please. Please have the time, energy, stable home and positive environment before applying for Summer. Applications are on our direct website at www.fieldofdreamsrescue.net We have NO history on Summer, she was a stray. She is crated at night, walks on a leash (does pull some), we never say a dog going into a new home is housebroken, will shed, no food aggression seen, has not been a barker in her foster home, but that can change in a new environment, has been around children 7+, untested with younger, no man issue seen, doesn't appear to have separation anxiety, but is fostered with other dogs. Breed is our best guess. We don't know if she will grow more. Adoption donation $350, includes her spay, rabies, dhpp vaccine, bordatella vaccine, microchip, worming, frontline, heartworm test and heartgard.
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