Est date of birth: July 26, 2023
Weight (approx): 16 Ibs and growing
Energy: High – I’m a puppy!
Hey there, I’m Fizzy, a lovable pup looking for my forever home. In my current foster home, there are two adults, and we have a resident dog who’s 19 months old. It’s a lively household, and I get plenty of playtime, walks, and attention. I’m quite active but can also settle down when it’s time to relax.
I adore treats and respond quickly to commands like sit, lie down, and leave it. I get along well with other dogs and have made friends with my foster brother. However, I had some tough experiences with my siblings, so I can be defensive if another dog starts a fight.
I’m good with kids of all ages, and I enjoy their company. While I’m mostly house-trained, I may need a gentle reminder now and then. Crate training is a work in progress, but I do well in an x-pen with some company. I’m still in my teething phase, so I can’t be left loose in the house when alone.
I’m curious and might find escape routes if any exist. I enjoy car rides, but I’ve experienced some car sickness in my crate on long trips. I’m vocal when I think treats are taking too long, but I’m generally a happy and content pup. I don’t display signs of anxiety, fear, resource guarding, or unwarranted aggression.
I’m great on a leash and am learning commands with enthusiasm. I’d thrive in a home with a yard, but I’m adaptable and would love a family with kids or another dog to play with. I’m a smart, happy, and good-natured pup, and I’ll bring a lot of joy to your home. If you’re looking for a wonderful companion, I’m your girl!
Fizzy came to hart from our community of focus with her mom and littermates. Fizzy was a healthy little pup when she came into care. For some reason, Fizzy was on the receiving end of the mouthing from her siblings and ended up with small bite marks. While this is fairly common in litters, we took the opportunity to split the litter so that no further issues would result. Since being in hart’s care Fizzy received DACPP, Bordatella and is spayed and microchipped. Should an adoption be finalized before the Rabies vaccine is administered (this vaccination can be administered at 4-6 months of age) that vaccination will become the responsibility of the adoptive parent.
I am working on my house training and crate training.