Suitable for which type of housing? (House, townhome, apartment?) Any. She’s very easy to please.
Is your dog good with other dogs? Yes. She’ll play outside with them sometimes otherwise she just ignores them.
Is your dog good with cats? Yes. Just ignores them.
Is your dog good with kids? Yes, absolutely loves my daughter.
Is your dog house trained? Yes
Is your dog crate trained? Yes, however I have noticed she needs a small enough crate. When I put her in a larger crate she is stressed. She will try to get out and bite at the top of the crate.
Does your dog have any special needs? I feed her from a slow feeder, since she eats so quickly. She also is on a chicken free diet as chicken appears to make her skin itchy.
Does your dog have any or display any aggression? (Toys, food or people?) Sometimes food towards the other dogs. I feed everyone in their crates to avoid any incidents.
Is your dog playful? Sometimes but mostly just wants to cuddle.
Does your dog like to snuggle? Yes. She’s always on my lap when I sit down.
Does your dog know basic commands? (Sit, stay...) Sit, come, working on paw. She can stay too but not for very long when I have treats. She gets so excited.
Does your dog know any special tricks? She can surf….. surf counters
Does your dog like to go on walks? Yes! We are working on her pulling. I am using a haulti and it’s making a huge difference.
Does your dog have any fears? Large crates.
Does your dog have any unique traits that you have noticed whether in personality or physically? She’s super sweet and cuddly. She also has a white face with a little blonde dot on her head.
What are the three first words that come to mind when you think of your dog? Sweet, cuddly, loyal
In a short paragraph, please provide any other details or a brief overview of your foster dog. Abby is a very sweet girl. She loves kids, gets along with dogs and cats. She would be a great therapy dog, she just needs to work on her jumping. She does jump up to greet me when I get home. She’s very gentle about it but still jumps. She also has a very good sniffer! You can’t leave any food on the counter, she will find a way to get it. She is very quiet. Does not bark much at all. She has so much love to give! She also loves to be silly and roll around in my bed when she thinks I’m not watching.
Tabitha recently had some teeth removed. All her front teeth, top and bottom were broken off so they were all removed. It’s thought that in the past she was a crate biter and that’s why her teeth were broken. She’s still able to eat kibble and love to chew bones.
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