1 May 2017: Lilo is a 3 year old spayed AMPBT Doberman mix with a possible food allergy. Owner has had Lilo for 3 years and is surrendering because behavior Socialization Lilo has lived with a child the age of 1 and a half and is usually respectful towards the child Lilo didn’t play with the child and plays exuberantly with adults because she likes to jump up a lot. Around strangers Lilo is shy for a few minutes. Lilo has not lived with any cats or dogs Around dogs outside Lilo is friendly. When playing with dogs Lilo plays somewhat roughly and likes to jump all over them. Lilo has bitten over 2 years ago while in the dog park after a dog bit her. Lilo also bit a child within the last 10 days Behavior During storms and fireworks Lilo is calm. Lilo isnt bothered when having her food bowl touched while eating . When in her dog crate Lilo is protective of her toys and bones and will growl and not let them go but once outside the crate lilo will drop them. Lilo does not go on the furniture at home. Lilo isnt bothered when being held or restrained. Lilo enjoyed being brushed and getting bathes. Lilo does not like getting her nails trimmed and will growl and show teeth. Lilo also doesn’t like having her paws cleaned and will also growl. When someone unfamiliar approached the house Lilo would greet them with a wagging tail. Fir the new family to know Lilo was described as shy and independent with a high activity level. When home with L Lilo she will follow you around. Lilo enjoys playing with Squaky toys and rawhides . Lilo is house trained but will urinate a little when really excited. Lilo goes outside 3 times a day and is use to going to the bathroom on grass and cement. Lola does not pull on the leash and has never been let off the leash outside. When left in the house alone Lilo is well behaved but will once in a while chew on a slipper. Lilo has a very large crate that has a separate space for a bed but does not need a crate. Lilo knows the commands sit UpUp which means come, paw, and leave it. For exercise Lilo goes on 3 mile runs.. Lilo eats taste of the wild dry foods and usually has it mixed with a little water.. When its time for bed Lilo goes to his dog bed in the crate
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