|Pets location (City)
||4-5 KG, lots of growing to do! Will be a medium or large size.
||Enjoys playing with toys
Moderately Active-Requires a good daily walk
Easily Settles, relaxes
||Sweet and social
|How does this animal behave around men?
|How does this animal behave around women?
|How does this animal behave around children under 10 years old? Check all that apply:
||Has not met any children but should be okay with respectful children. Needs help redirecting her mouthing
|How does this animal behave around dogs? Check all that apply:
||Yes, has lived with dogs
Very social with other dogs
Enjoys playing with other dogs. Has shown some resource guarding with food and high-value items with litter mates. This is easily manageable currently if the adoptive family continues to work with her on “trading” items and providing a separate feeding space from other dogs.
|This animal has been introduced to: Check all that apply:
||Has not been around other animals
|How does this animal behave around strange dogs or other animals? Check all that apply: Check all that aply
||Enjoys playing with other dogs
With proper introductions and management, should not be an issue
|DOGS: How does this dog behave around OTHER DOGS and high value food, treats or toys? Check all that apply:
||Lets the other dog take it. May growl or snap at other dogs over food or high-value items.
Gobbles the food faster.
|DOGS: How does this dog behave around HUMANS and high value food, treats or toys? Check all that apply:
||Lets you take it. Working on practicing “Trade” to reduce her need to attempt to protect items and learn they don’t go away, but a better one is being offered instead.
|How does this animal behave around cats?
||Has not been introduced but do not foresee issues with proper intro and management
||Puzzle bowl/food dispensing toy recommended
||Not collar or leash trained
|Being left alone?
||Needs to be contained to a small area
Can only be left for short time periods
Needs to work on being left alone for longer periods
Currently using an xpen, can be left alone for a few hours without accident but needs more training for longer periods. Her training is coming along nicely.
||Working on it and doing great for a puppy his/her age
Partially housebroken, but doesn’t know how to tell you when needs to go outside
Can hold it overnight
Using an xpen to contain overnight and when left alone. Can hold it for about 6 hours max currently at night and a few hours through the day without an accident. New family will need to continue training to get him to be reliable/solidly house trained. Doing great for a pup this age!
||Needs a fence 6 feet high
||Needs to be in crate
Been on a few car rides in the crate and no issue. Recommended continuing short car rides to get them used to it. Should progress just fine.
Distract with food and he didn’t even notice
|Any additional comments regarding temperament that haven’t been covered by the questions above?
||This litter of pups is lovely. They are very even-keeled, have beautiful temperaments, and are extremely intelligent and trainable. They don’t miss a beat and are very attentive and pay attention to all the small details. Not much gets past this crew, they are a busy bunch! They would be a wonderful addition to a new family. They have been well socialized with other foster dogs, have been bathed and dried several times and had their nails done. They have been well socialized with people and new experiences and take everything in stride.
||Olive is the adventurer in her group. She is the boldest and brave and won’t be pushed around by the boys. While her build is lightly more petite she keeps up with her rough and tumble brothers and often puts them in their place (Albert and Elliot). She loves her humans, is very friendly, and sharp as a whip when working on training. She is highly intelligent and needs to have her brain worked along with her body. She still gets up to regular puppy antics. She does well playing with other dogs and can rough and tumble with the best of them. She would love a playmate in her forever home to keep her company.