Suitable for which type of housing? (House, townhome, apartment?) Delilah would do well in any setting provided she was given the right amount of exercise. She can be an active puppy.
Is your dog good with other dogs? Yes, she has been around our two male and female and loves to be around them.
Is your dog good with cats? Untested
Is your dog good with kids? Yes, I have a 12 and 8y old. She has also been around younger children and did great. She is a puppy and is still learning not to jump and respect people’s spaces.
Is your dog house trained? She is still having the occasional accident but is learning and will require continued training until she is fully trained.
Is your dog crate trained? Partially. She sleeps in her crate but prefers to be in the same room as her people. She is crated during the day and has been left alone for up to four hours. She whines and barks but will settle. She has learned how to escape so a well secured crate is best.
Does your dog have any special needs? No
Does your dog have any or display any aggression? (Toys, food or people?) No
Is your dog playful? Oh yes. She loves to run and play with our dogs and her toys.
Does your dog like to snuggle? Yes! She loves to be cuddled up beside you when she’s having her down time.
Does your dog know basic commands? (Sit, stay...) sit
Does your dog know any special tricks? No
Does your dog like to go on walks? She hasn’t been able to go on walks just yet but does well on a lead walking in our backyard.
Does your dog have any fears? No
Does your dog have any unique traits that you have noticed whether in personality or physically? When she is really excited or happy she has a little hop and bounce in her steps.
What are the three first words that come to mind when you think of your dog? Sweet, playful, loving.
Delilah has been adjusting very well. She is a playful puppy who will need continued training to help her learn how to be the best she is capable of. She doesn’t like to be away from her people and will cry when out of sight. We have been working on her with this by building her independence when we are home. She practices crate time where she can see us. She could easily develop separation anxiety but this can easily be corrected. She is a very sweet, happy puppy who loves to snuggle.