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The good samaritan took her and she did very well with her other 2 big male dogs; however she couldn't keep her because one of the males was very dominant; but India took everything in stride and just wanted to play with him and she even shared her food and toys with him!
* Age: Approx 2 years
* Gender: Female
* Mix/Purebred: Purebred
* Housetrained: Yes
* Crate trained: Yes
* Heartworm Negative/Positive: negative
* Spayed/Neutered: Will be before adoption
* Micro chipped: Yes
* Good with other dogs: Yes
* Good with cats: Unknown
* Good with children: Unknown, but has been good with all people thus far.
India is very sweet, friendly and social. She comes right up to people for attention. She definitely is very human-focused. She follows her person everywhere and like a dog with ball drive, she hones in on the human, never taking her eyes off of them and does get anxious if she can't be near them. I am sure that is for fear she might be on her own again- she is however settling in and will be less anxious once she gets a forever home and a nice steady schedule. She is already making great progress. She is quite calm and seems easily trainable. She goes into the crate easily, and only whines for a few minutes.
She does great with other dogs when playing too- not too hyper. She does need some leash training as she pulls quite a bit on the leash but maybe she has never been on walks before with anyone. She's not very tall, easily managable and is not underweight. Her teeth are pretty white and she shows them off with her great smile.
When the rescue had a spot for her, she spent the night at the person who was going to transport her to the rescue. She got along beautifully with the 2 female GSD's that lived there. India wasn't even in the house 5 minutes when she was already playing tug-of-war! She explored the yard, sniffed every body and just laid down with a ball at the transporters feet!
She is house trained and crate trained. She is not food aggressive and sits when asked to. She gently takes food from your hand and waits patiently for her dinner. India just seems to be a very happy girl who loves to be with both the two legged and four legged.
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If you are interested in adopting India, please go to our website, copy, paste and complete our adoption application and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.