Typical of Wheatons, she has a strong curiosity and desire to learn and be stimulated. Keeping her challenged is the key to her happiness.
She loves dogs and would do best with another dog in the home as well as someone who was home most of the day.
She is a big fan of water and would probably love going for a regular swim!
Although Ivy is great with other dogs, she should not be placed in a home with cats or pet rodents.
This girl is gentle, loving and very tolerant with dogs and people. She will be a wonderful addition to a loving family.
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