June

adopted

*Foster carer update:

June is doing really really well and has progressed nicely in her first week. I’d say she is housetrained as we have had no accidents in the home though she is kennelled when we are not home. Kennelling has been going well but she starts whining and barking when she hears our vehicle pull to the house. We have been working on this by only letting her out once she is calm again. Had a great weekend with her, we took her to the park in the centre of town where she saw lots of ducks and didn’t seem to be too interested in them. We took her down the Main Street briefly and she was wary of her reflection in shop windows, walking over manhole covers and generally the business. She still took treats which was positive. We kept the session short. We took her to some pet stores which she loved and received attention from strangers very well.

She’s doing very well on her leash manners.

Have not yet bumped into any other dogs so haven’t assessed that yet. Overall she’s doing really well and has come out of her shell so much, she’s very affectionate and silly.

 

Miss June is the sweetest little girl who is just a bundle of fun. She has shown to have appropriate manners with the dogs she has met and has also coped well in her day yard on her own. June will need someone who is willing to instil some basic manners as she is still very puppy-like at only 18mths old. June would cope well in a home with a backyard, possibly with fulltime or part time workers, teenage or no children and she wouldn’t complain if she lived with a fun loving medium/large canine for a friend. She is a very happy go-lucky girl once she warms up to you, she enjoys her walks, travels well and  is available now on a foster with a view to adopt basis.

Medical Notes

As well as being behaviourally assessed, June has:

  • a C5 vaccination
  • been desexed
  • been microchipped
  • been intestinally wormed
  • been heartworm tested
  • had flea and heartworm prevention
  • been LIFETIME REGISTERED (no need to register with your council – this is all done as part of the Lifetime Registration)