! Urgent Foster Needed, Foster Home Needed
Foster Home Needed
Age: 1 year
Sex: Spayed Female
Estimated Breed: PBTx
Weight: 58 lbs
Good with dogs?: Yes, with proper introduction
Good with cats?: Unknown
Good with children?: Yes
Special/Medical Needs: No
Energy Level: Medium
Adoption Fee: $650
Foster Home Location: Calgary, AB
Doc And Holiday...well, where do I start. These two besties came to me from Texas. They were found as pups in the middle of nowhere, scared and not trusting. They stayed in a foster/rescue for about 4 months until they were brought to Canada with BARCS.
Doc & Holiday are the most loving gentle and sweet hearted pair. They both have so much love to give and want to give it so badly. They both will need to take time to get to know their new family, and know that they are safe and will be loved. For having such a tough start these 2 have nothing but love. They are eager to learn and will be amazing once more training has been completed with them. They are little jokers as they love to step on the back of your feet when you walk away, they really love to have your attention. Doc & Holiday love to run and play in the yard. They tug the Ball and frizz-bee away from each other, Doc will also bring you the toys for a game of fetch. he does love his fetch and will play all day if allowed.
Both Doc and Holiday are kennel trained. They both sleep in the kennel at night and have no issues with barking. They will whine or bark if they need to go out and it is not time to wake up yet. A quick outing outside and they are both back in the kennel for sleeping. They both are excellent at going outside for their business, they have had very few accidents in the house. A fully fenced back yard would be a must with these two. They are not big barkers; they see a lot around my house while in the backyard and they don't bark at other dogs or people walking by. They are not cat tested by show no interest in my neighbours cats from the window. They are both ok with my son, 12, and his friends being around. They do like to play rough with each other and I am currently working with them to play gentle with people and no jumping on people. It's a work in progress.
I am also working with them both on leash training. Doc seems to be more acceptable to a leash then Holiday, she will probably more accepting once she Doc ok with it. Car rides are very seldom as they both are unsure of the car. Once in the car they are good. No barking and they just settle right in. I do not kennel them in the car and they seem really comfortable
I can't say enough wonderful thigs about these 2. They will be an amazing addition to any family ready to give the love. I am so excited for their Fur-Ever beginning to start