I'm being cared for by: The Humane Society of Indianapolis
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Facts about Leda
Breed: Jindo Mix
Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
I am already spayed.
Say hello to Leda! We think Leda looks a bit like a fox! Leda is one year old, and thus far she is our most timid Extra Mile Crew Member. The behavior team is working hard to build Leda's confidence and her trust in people. Leda likes treats, but she won't take them directly from your hand. Instead, she waits for the treat to be tossed to the back of the kennel or for the treat-giver to back away. Unused to a leash, Leda will walk to the stairs, but must be carried up and down them.
Leda will sit on the futon in our behavior room, playing with toys. She seems to particularly like the toys that squeak!
Leda needs spay surgery and a dental cleaning. She needs heartworm testing and prevention. She also needs intestinal deworming, flea and tick prevention, and additional vaccinations.
Update: Leda is consistently coming to the kennel front for everyone. She will even "sing" to everyone if she wants attention. She has been playing with toys and on the futon in the behavior room with the behavior team. She has also been able to go through her medical evaluation, was spayed and tested positive for heartworms. She likes the toys that "honk" the most and will likely be able to go through behavioral evaluation shortly.
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