I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and not good with cats.
Boots' previous "owner" of two years found her tied to a pole when she was about 5 months old. Two years later, he decided he could no longer keep her and abandoned her to her dog sitter who now is her foster. Boots is extremely smart and alert to commands. She loves to play ball, retrieve, and loves tug-of-war with other dogs (once she gets to know them) although she can be possessive of her toys and bones. If you are an athletic person, Boots is your perfect dog. She loves to run along beside you on foot or bike and is great to hike with. Never shows leash-aggression toward people or other dogs while on walks. She will lay next to you on your sofa or bed, and loves to love you back. Boots is loyal and will stay with you at the dog park once she bonds with you, and alert you at home when a stranger is near. Boots is potty-trained with doggie door. Boots would make a great companion or family dog. She should not to be with an alpha dog but only passive playful ones, or she is also fine as a single dog. Boots loves attention..
If you are interested in meeting Boots, please download the Adoption Questionnaire, fill it out and fax it back to us at (310) 362-0321. You can also meet this and/or other available dogs at our Saturday Adoptions at Centinela Feed.
[Boots is about 2 years old and approximately 45 lbs.]