Ruff Ruff! My name is Chloe
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Rescue Group: Tia's Promise Animal Rescue
|Breed:||Basenji/Shepherd (Unknown Type) Mix||Color:||Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut - With Black||Age:||Young|
|Size:||Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)||Sex:||Female|
Beautiful Chloe has just turned two years old. Her owners have had her since she was 10 weeks old and have her very well trained. She walks well on a leash, sits, lays down and gives her paw on command. She always comes when her name is called. Chloe plays very well with other dogs if she's interested. If she's not interested in another dog she will just ignore them. She never causes trouble and if dogs ever get into small fights at the dog park she stays away from the activity. Chloe is a submissive girl and can be very skittish. She will not go up to strangers and say "hi" like most dogs. Instead she will bark and keep her distance, but if you ignore her she will actually follow you. She does not bite and is not aggressive. She eventually warms up to people she doesn't know. Chloe likes to be the center of attention, so if there's another dog present and you're petting it she will go nudge her way in to get petted as well. She hasn't lived with cats but seems to be appropriately interested in them. She wants to play, but the cats she's met won't let her near. She is good with kids from toddlers on up. She is completely housebroken and never gets into anything she's not supposed to. She has never chewed up furniture and doesn't get into shoes. Chloe acts very mature for her age. She is very good with a fenced in yard, in fact she loves it. She doesn't dig. She is afraid of thunderstorms, skateboards, and bikes. She can startle easily when things whiz by her unexpectedly. You can safely take things from her mouth if she's playing or chewing a rawhide. You can pet her while she eats and she won't guard her food. Chloe needs a good amount of exercise daily. Two 40 minute walks would do well. Chloe loves to lay on the couch, but she loves her own dog bed even more. She likes to sleep in her bed in a crate with the door open of course. She does well with staying in a crate but her owners don't use it anymore because there's no need. She's not on any medications and doesn't have any known medical conditions. She is spayed. Chloe's owners are having to give her up because their landlord won't allow her on the property any longer due size restrictions.