Is your dog good with other dogs: Yes! She loves to play chase and wrestle with other pups.
Is your dog good with cats: No interaction yet.
Is your dog good with kids: No interaction yet with us but since she does still jump up occasionally we'd suggest older teens.
Is your dog house trained: Yes. Once she's settled into a new space and on a good routine she's clean in the house.
Is your dog crate trained: Yes. She voluntarily goes into her crate when she's ready for bedtime but prefers to be with you during the day.
Does your dog have any special needs: No.
Does your dog have any or display any aggression (toys, food, people): No.
Is your dog playful: Yes! She LOVES to chew on her bones and toss her squeaky toys around. Loves to chase balls outside.
Does your dog like to snuggle: Yes! She loves a good snuggle in the morning and will request pets throughout the day but prefers to get her beauty sleep by herself in the afternoons and evenings.
Does your dog know basic commands: Some... She knows sit, off, and down and we're working on shake. She will need someone dedicated to continuing her training.
Does your dog know any special tricks: Not yet but she's willing to work for treats for short periods so she can learn more.
Does your dog like to go on walks: Yes! Dayna loves a good walk but needs to learn not to pull as much.. or maybe just a jogging partner because she hates to go slow!
Does your dog have any fears: Dayna was a bit concerned about fireworks but otherwise hasn't shown any fears.
Does your dog have any unique traits you have noticed whether in personality or physically: Dayna is such a bouncy girl. She loves to run and roll in the grass in the backyard and will do a very dramatic bow/wiggle when she's playing. She’s always ready for a night out with her ‘smoky eye makeup’.
What are the 3 first words that come to mind when you think of your dog: Sweet, independent, bouncy.
Dayna is a sweet and loving dog but has the potential to be a GREAT dog for a family willing to put in some additional training time. She would love to be your jogging partner but would be equally happy with daily walks and zoomies in the backyard or the dog park. Once she's had her exercise for the day she'll chill out and chew her bone or nap. She will bark when someone knocks on the door or is on your property but will settle right down again. She doesn't bark at people or dogs while on walks.