Est. Date of Birth: January 10, 2022
Weight (approx): 55 lbs
Children: Untested- but likely okay
Hey there, I’m Moo, and I’m on the lookout for a loving forever home! Let me give you a little insight into what makes me, well, me.
First things first, I’m a tolerant pup. I don’t mind a bit of physical handling, but after a while, I might need a little break to recharge my batteries. My energy level is just right for someone who enjoys longer walks and playtime—I’m all about that daily stroll and some interactive play, especially if there are treats involved!
Speaking of treats, they’re my weakness, along with people, rabbits, and squirrels. I get pretty excited when any of them are around. When it comes to other dogs, I’m friendly and usually take on a submissive role. I’m curious about playing off-leash but haven’t had many chances yet.
Oh, and did I mention I’m good with cats? Yep, no issues there. And when it comes to people, I’m all about the love, although I’m still learning not to jump up on them.
I’m a brave explorer, always ready to tackle new situations head-on. I’ve been house trained since day one and will politely let you know when I need to go out. But fair warning, I might whine for attention too!
As for crates, I’m still getting used to the idea. I’ll hop in willingly, but I’m not a fan of being locked in for too long. I am adjusting to living in a home.
While I’m generally well-behaved, I’ve been known to chew on the occasional plastic item or investigate moving shoes. But hey, nobody’s perfect, right?
One thing to note: if I spot a rabbit, I might pull on the leash, so I’ll need a bit of guidance there. But overall, I’m a good companion, eager to learn and explore the world alongside my new family.
So, if you’re looking for an intelligent, easy-going pup to join your pack, look no further than me, Moo. I promise to bring lots of love, cuddles, and a sprinkle of excitement to your life!
Moo is a black and white spotted beauty. Moo came into care in good overall health. It looks like she has had pups in the past, but she was spayed while in care so that she won’t further contribute to the overpopulation problem. Moo is up to date on DACPP, Bordatella, Rabies and is spayed and microchipped.
Moo is a confident girl who continues to work on basic training, leash skills and crate training