I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Isis - Diana's Story...
From Diana, who rescued ISIS:
ISIS was about 12 weeks old when a friend of mine found her under his truck outside his house in the Redlands. She's about 6 months old now. She wasn't skinny but very timid and covered with ticks. From the day I took her in she has proven herself to be a great dog. It has been pretty easy to train her because she is smart and always eager to please. She has been socialized at the dog park and has learned how to do most of the obstacle course there. She loves everyone including young children. Isis gets along well with other dogs including my sisters Labrador, who is usually aggressive towards other dogs. Her submissive personality has one him over and he absolutely loves her. She is also very gentle when playing with our bossy Chihuahua. She walks very well on a leash and will let other dogs walk by without pulling you. ISIS is house trained but is still a puppy and can have an accident when she gets excited by new people coming over or if she doesn't get enough exercise. She has a daily routine that consist of walks, fetch, exercise, chew toys and love. ISIS is an awesome dog. She has a very good nature, and is a great companion. She is still a puppy and requires daily exercise in order for her to mind her manners and be the best dog she can be.
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