found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
My name is Tasha!
Facts about Tasha
- Breed: Rottweiler Mix
- Color: Black - With Brown, Red, Golden, Orange Or Chestnut
- Age: Young
- Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
- Sex: Female
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Tasha is our foster dog and I would love to share some great things about her so everyone can know and love her like we do. Tasha is approximately 4 years old and she also responds to TuTu and Tasha TuTu. Tasha is fully housetrained and very smart. Tasha has such an easy temperament and loving spirit, she is a very sweet girl and everyone that meets her falls in love and she with them. Tasha has a full tail that is constantly in motion because she is always so happy. Miss Tasha does not understand the power of her tail but that tail helps her to show the world how happy she is.
Tasha loves to go for walks. When she walks as part of her pack she tends to walk faster but when she walks alone she is much more relaxed and slower. She is very strong and tends to pull but she has been learning the proper way to walk on leash. Tasha will scavenge for food but she will allow food to be taken away from her and she has never showed any food aggression.
The best disciplinary tool to use with Tasha is a spray bottle with water. She responds best to the spray bottle and strong command. Generally she quickly learns to respond to the voice command, even without the spray bottle as she is a very smart girl.
Tasha’s favorite place to be is with her humans. She follows room to room. She can be persistent in her attempts to get rubs but she gives back so much love and devotion when she receives her affection. She also loves to give rottie kisses.
She has not shown one bit of aggressive with anyone in our home or visitors to our home. Generally when she is in the yard she does bark at people who walk by. She is not a particular fan of teens and kids riding bikes or scooters outside our fence. She does fine with her own human children running and riding but when it is outside her fence she does bark.
If you think Tasha sounds like a baby that would suit your life please complete an application and consider a meet, as pictures and my description can not completely do her justice.
This little lady is fostered in CT.Contact for an application is Beth at email@example.com