Hello! My name is Paisley!

  • Paisley
  • Mixed breed
  • 4 years
  • Female

Weight (approx): 50 lbs

Energy: Medium-High

Children: Good

Dogs: No

Cats: No

About Me:          Excuse me? Have you seen my people out there? I hear the world is full of people so I figure my future person(s) must be out there somewhere, right? You see, I just love people so much. I am what you might call a "people dog". My world revolves around them - I even love kids too! I could dream of nothing better than having a family to call my own. I dream of the day I get to have that... Sigh. If you want to play and be active, I am up for that! However, sleeping in and being comfy cozy sound really nice too.  People I have met in the past seem to find it funny and I like to make people laugh. I like to act silly and bounce around and play just like a puppy. Are you seeing a trend yet? I will give you a hint....I am a people pleaser! I promise I will love my people so much they won't need another dog, and that is ok with me since I am not too fond of other dogs. Anyways, enough about me... If you happen to see some people who look lost and without a dog, maybe you could help me out and point them to me?

Health Notes: We are happy to help Paisley with the next step in her life story. Medical records from prior to her time with hart mention some skin sensitivities, but we did not see any while in care. Paisley does have some mild tartar build up that her adoptive parents should be aware of. She is up to date with DACPP, Bordatella, Rabies and is spayed and microchipped.

Behavior Notes:     Paisley is a strong girl and can pull on leash at times, but is pretty good on leash for the most part. There's a very good chance that she doesn't know her own strength.Paisley loves people, and needs contact all the time. She is good in her crate, and makes a fuss when she comes out. Regular walks are recommended. She is playful like a puppy. She is an active dog if her home is active. Currently her foster home has her on a 30 foot line when she's out in the backyard as she is a bit of a flight risk. She will leave out the front door, if the opportunity is there. Recommended that she is not left outside alone because of this. Paisley would do great as an only pet, as she resource guards with other dogs with anything she feels is of high value to her, also she chases cats and not in play. Fantastic with kids though of all ages.

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