Lya has some fear in new environments but has already came a long way. She is struggling with crate training inside (refuses to go in but settles quickly after you put her in) but will jump in and out of the crate in the car. She comes out of the crate in a very excited state and nips again she settles pretty quick though.
She has VERY LOW toy drive the (prey drive is there so think it could come up some with work)and medium food drive. She is comfortable just chilling on her place near her human when inside. She is excelling in basic obedience and will do it very snappy and pretty when in a comfortable place.
She is great with other dogs and loves to play. However she can be a little overwhelming for some dogs. She will chase cats and small dogs. Has not been exposed to any children under age of 16.
She will need to have her hooded vulva fixed around 10 months old. She’s up to date on vaccines and on HW, flea, and tick prevention and is spayed.
There is a small rehoming fee and we will be very picky where she goes. Fenced yard, no small children, small dogs or cats (prey drive), vet references will be checked, and you must understand the breed and dog behavior. I will continue to work on all of her issues and training while she is here. She’s a great dog and deserves a great life. She would be great for an active person she could spend most of her time with.
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Good with Dogs, Not Good with Cats
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