I decided to be a stay at home mom so we wouldn't have to rehome her and living on one income has become to big of a stress on our family so since I am returning to work I have decided to let her go to someone who can give her the time and play that she so desperately needs. I love this girl with everything I have but I've come to terms that this is best for her. She will need a decent sized yard and preferably privacy fenced in or under a
close eye while she is out.
if you open your car door and call her name. She loves nothing more than going on a cruise, she is a very active dog, not so much inside but if you go to the park or swimming she will go until she can't anymore. She loves
creeks and ponds. But she's weird and doesn't like tennis balls or sticks. She will come with her crate and the only toy she likes, also her training collar, car leash which clips into the seat belt, retractable leash and bowls. She is okay with kids and babies ( I have an 11 month old daughter) She's also okay with cats And kittens
one she gets used to them it took her 3 days to get used to mine I just think she's confused on why it's so small lol She is spayed and utd on all shots and also fully trained, she knows the hurry command (bathroom) sit, stay, down, dead (bang is what she responds to), hi five, shake, touch, and heel. ( I used to train service dogs so I wanted her to be my emotional support) she has been with my family most of her life so if you do end up getting her give her some time to adjust to your family and home. She is a talker she will howl back and forth with you.
Would also like her to not be the only dog, she just seems lonely. Even with me being home with her 24/7 she needs a buddy to run and play with. Serious inquiries only, ask your husband or wife before contacting me I don't want you to try and surprise them and then you not be able to keep her for any reason and end up in a dollar . Rehoming. 300 dollar rehoming fee