Adopt Paisley a White - with Tan, Yellow or Fawn Pointer / Mixed dog in Niagara
Niagara Falls, ON
Name: Paisley (20220117-04)Weight: 38lbsAge: 1 yr oldGender: femaleSpayed/Neutered: SpayedBreed: Pointer mixColour: White and tan spots Neck size (for collar):Chest circumference (for harness):Height (from top of head):Length (from nose to base of tail):Crate size recommended: Large Good with adults: YesGood with kids: Teenagers yes (I don't have littles around)Good with other dogs: YesGood with cats: unknownHouse trained: kennel trained She is super smart and this would not take long for her to catch on.Crate trained: She is used to being confined to a space. Crate training would be easy.Energy level: HighCan be handled/touched: Yes, she loves pets, and snuggles and treats!Barker: might bark to initiate play, or maybe a little bark when excited or she sees strangers. She does not bark just to be barking.Flight risk: Yes, somewhat due to breed. She is a high energy puppy and needs exercise and training to work on recall.Food aggressive: NoCurrent food; Pedigree puppy chowWalks on leash : In training is doing well with a harness.Rides well in car: YesDestructive: NoNeeds a home with a yard: Prefer but would do fine with leash walks.Needs a home with another dog: Not necessary but could help with energy level.Can live in an apartment: No Foster insights/backstory :Lost. Alone and scared. Left to fend for themselves. Can you picture leaving your 6 month old out in the wilderness alone? Well that is exactly what happened to Paisley and her siblings. Paisley was found at 6 months old abandoned at a sawmill. How long she had been there, we will never know. She was starving and dirty and so scared. Since coming to us she has warmed up with new people. She wants attention and loves but needs more confidence in the big world around her. She was abandoned at the most important time in her life. She was let down by humans. Now it's time we earn her trust back. Can you be the one to show her that people are not bad? Paisley will need puppy training as she is still a puppy. She will need patience as she adapts to her new life. She wants to play, play, play and just wants all the love she can get. She loves to run around and explore the world. I believe Paisley will do great once she finds that special person/family that will show her love and patience as she grows and learns more about the world. She will be a great family dog. Is that family you?
January 23 on Adopt-a-Pet.com