Hey everyone, I know there are a lot of dogs to choose from, but I feel I am not getting the attention I deserve. I have been in care for awhile and I have been working hard on so many things. Apparently I had a lot to learn. It is a BIG adjustment to go from a free roaming dog with no fixed address to foster care. Most of the changes are quite spectacular, but there do seem to be quite a few rules that they like you to follow. What has my foster family learned about me? Well let's let the cat out of the bag as it were and start with the not great stuff. I don't like cats - at all. A home without a cat is a must. I like to chase things - squirrels, birds, rabbits (I love to chase rabbits). That means no small animals in my home. I am selective when it comes to dogs, a nice male dog companion would likely work for me or only dog status would also be cool. I am not super fond of the crate and learning to enjoy car rides a bit more. Now for the good stuff. I like humans, you all are great. I like humans best who carry treats in their pockets. I am super smart, I figure things out and I am willing to learn. I love to walk. I might like to run, but my foster mom does not like to run, so we don't do any of that, but I would be happy to try with you. I have tried some agility, that is okay, but my preference is hiking or walking. My leash skills have improved a lot, my manners are a work in progress. I have learned to sit and wait patiently for my supper. I am very polite around food and I am house trained. My ideal home will be experienced dog owners who are active and would like to work with my very smart mind to give me things to do. Please consider me as your future forever friend.

Available for adoption

Good with kids ages 10 and up

House trained

Not good with cats

Not good with other dogs

Adopt Me!
Animal Type(s): Dog
Gender: Female
Color: Black
Approx. date of birth: April 2, 2019
Breed: Mixed Breed
Weight: 65.7 lbs
Intake date: March 28, 2022
Please note: If other cats/dogs in your home are not spayed/neutered, we may deny your application. SCARS exists due to lack of spaying/neutering and it is our goal to end this cycle. If there is a documented medical reason for your animal to not be spayed/neutered, we will work with you.