mixed breed

Ramona 2022-003

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Age: 2 Years

Sex: Female

Weight (approx): 33 Ibs

Energy: Medium

Children: Yes – I love kids! 

Dogs:  Yes – With proper introductions

Cats: No –  has demonstrated a prey drive for all small animals and birds

Hi, I’m Ramona!  I wanted to introduce myself and help you get to know me.  The most important thing you need to know about me is that I LOVE my people!  Big, small, old, young, tall, short… I don’t discriminate.   People just make me so happy.  I love snuggling.  Once I get to know you, it makes me feel so very safe when you pet me and hold my paw while I go to sleep.  I would love to be your pal.  We could go for car rides, stop for a pup-ccino at Starbs, and people watch.  I would make a very good sidekick just spending time with you.  My foster mom tells everyone that I’m just the sweetest girl who wants to give you all the love in the world!  Will you please be my person? 

Ramona came into care as an owner surrender from our target community. She came to us in good health. Since being in care she has been spayed and microchipped and is up to date with her vaccines DACPP, rabies and bordatella and antiparasitics. She now now ready and is anxiously awaiting to find her new family!

Ramona is house and crate trained (Although her Foster Home says she doesn’t need to be crated when left alone in the house)  She likes to run around the backyard a bit each day and go on a nice walk (20-30 mins) but she is very content laying on the couch most of the day and watching the neighbours or trotting around after her Foster mom as she cleans.  She loves squeaky toys, playing fetch and tug-of-war. Ramona loves kids and she loves other dogs. She learned quickly how much her Foster Homes’ resident dog would permit, and leaves her alone when she needs space. Her foster home thinks a family with another dog would be ideal or a couple.  Ramona needs a yard in a semi-quiet neighbourhood. She would not be happy with a high traffic area and lots of big vehicles and dogs where she walks, and we don’t think she would do well in an apartment. She truly enjoys puttering around in a backyard poking her nose in places. Interestingly, she does not react badly to dogs behind fences even if they are barking
like mad as you walk by. Only if they are on leash. She doesn’t even bark at the window if
dogs walk by or if busses go by. But on her walks they are a source of terror.   She is smaller in size so not very difficult to handle on leash, but her potential adopter will need to be committed to working with her to help her get past her deeply ingrained fears on walks.  In every other capacity, Ramona is a dream dog.  She is definitely worth the effort and has all the love to give! 

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