|Pets location (City)
||Enjoys playing with toys
||A little shy but warms up when you’re nice
|How does this animal behave around men?
||A little bit shy/scared of men
|How does this animal behave around women?
|How does this animal behave around children under 10 years old? Check all that apply:
||Fear biter around children
May growl or snap at children
Recommended for kids 14+
|How does this animal behave around dogs? Check all that apply:
||Lives with dogs but needs guidance
Selective with other dogs
Shown reactivity meeting other dogs
Can be around other dogs with management and proper introductions
|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
||does not show interest, however will growl if other dogs get in her personal space
|DOGS: How does this dog behave around OTHER DOGS and high value food, treats or toys? Check all that apply:
||Muscles tense when other dog approaches.
Head goes down over the food/toy as other dog approaches.
Growls at the other dog.
|DOGS: How does this dog behave around HUMANS and high value food, treats or toys? Check all that apply:
||Lets you take it.
Muscles tense when you approaches.
|How does this animal behave around cats?
||Respectful with cats
Good with our senior cat
||No special requirements
||Already wearing a collar and used to it
Learning about walks and loving it
Pulls a little on leash
Working on developing better skills on leash
Reactive to other dogs on leash
|Being left alone?
Needs someone who is mostly home
Solidly housebroken, will bark or pace or scratch door to go outside
Can hold it overnight
||She’s very small and can squeeze under fences
||Needs help to get into car but likes to ride
Sleeps during car rides
She’ll sit in your lap
||We haven’t tried to trim nails yet
|Any additional comments regarding temperament that haven’t been covered by the questions above?
||She’s very timid and defensive at first, growling and snapping if you get to close. While fostering her we had a crate that she treated as a “safe space” and she also was content to sleep there overnight.
Needs some more training when it comes to barking in reaction to small noises around the house, and people she hasn’t warmed up to.
||At first pocket is a reserved and timid dog, but once you gain her trust through time (and some treats), she becomes a loving snuggle bug who loves to stick by your side. Once she
comes out of her shell, she’s a little firecracker who may surprise you with how much she loves a game of fetch, and a good belly rub.Pocket’s a quick learner as she has picked up how to sit, stay, dance, and how to indicate she needs to go out, in her time with us. She would thrive in a family without children, that can spend most of the day at home with her, whether thats by your side on the couch, on your lap as you work, or burrowed under some blankets waiting to surprise you.