I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Diamond was adopted at the beginning of August and never picked up by her adopter! She is now looking again for a home! Diamond is a true Diamond.,,this special girl is a year and a half old and nice through and through. When shelter staff points and says "that's a really nice dog", we pay attention. With all the dogs they work with during the course of a day, and one stands out - well that's prettyv special. She lays so quietly in her kennel watching the activity around her, taking it all in, not making a sound. Talk about a gentle giant! Diamond is a big girl wearing a healthy thick and shiny coat. Her leash manners are excellent; she walks nicely by my side at my pace, her tail wagging all the while. She sits on command. As we walked she noticed one of the resident kitties, stopped, looked, wagged and kept walking. Diamond and I sat (she at my feet) for a while. Every time I stopped petting her she nudged my hand with her head as if to say "don't stop - that's feeling pretty good!. My favorite thing about Diamond is that she gradually sank down and rolled over for a belly rub! So, this 88 lb big mush of a girl is laying on the ground - 4 legs in the air, big smile on her face, enjoying a belly rub. Needless to say we attracted a lot of attention. Diamond is quiet, gentle and awesome and will make the most wonderful companion. She did great in her behavior evaluation:
Diamond was calm and relaxed during handling. She did not resist being handled while eating, and was easily pushed out of the food bowl. She calmly allowed the food to be moved, followed the dish, but did not interfere with the dish's movement. Her body was soft and loose, eyes soft, tail neutral. She lifted her head when the asess a hand was pushed against her cheek. Diamond was easy to handle when chewing on toys, but was not interested in rawhide. She approached the other dog with friendly body language...loose body, tail wagging, and open mouth.
Contact for an application for Diamond is Beth at email@example.com