Suitable for which type of housing? (House, townhome, apartment?) House and Townhome.
Is your dog good with other dogs? Yes, but not dominant ones.
Is your dog good with cats? No, and she also has a high prey drive.
Is your dog good with kids? Unknown at this time, but most likely and older than 15 years old.
Is your dog house trained? Yes
Is your dog crate trained? No
Does your dog have any special needs? Lots of exercise.
Does your dog have any or display any aggression? (Toys, food or people?) May be possessive of toys and dominant dogs.
Is your dog playful? Very playful, full of energy.
Does your dog like to snuggle? Yes, absolutely. She loves her human.
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? Yes
Does your dog have any fears? No
Does your dog have any unique traits that you have noticed whether in personality or physically? Beautiful brindle colour with big black spots which make her look unique.
What are the three first words that come to mind when you think of your dog? Beautiful, cuddly and loving.
Gabby came all the way from Tennessee. She arrived being heartworm positive, and has been through all the treatments necessary and is now testing negative. Her recall in the backyard is very good, unless fixated on a squirrel. When you recall her, she runs back to you and will sit very in front of you and look up for some praise. She loves to cuddle with you on the couch and will follow you, where ever you go in the house. She pulls a little on walks, but very good when wearing an Easy Walk harness. She loves playing fetch and tug of war with her humans or another dog. She loves play wrestling with a doggy friend and can do it for hours. When I leave, she’s placed in an area of the house that’s 25 feet by 5 feet, sort of like an indoor dog run. She can be a little destructive, meaning she might chew on the corner of a couch cushion and make a small hole. A good way to prevent her from doing that, is too give her some stuffies to destroy instead. She loves chewing on bones and soft antlers. She would do best with an active family that can provide her with enough exercise and lots of attention.