Hello! My name is Quiver!

  • Quiver
  • Mixed breed
  • 6 months
  • Female

Weight (approx): 40 lbs

Energy: High (I'm still a puppy!)

Children: Good

Dogs: Good

Cats: Good

About Me:  Oh, hi there! Are you looking for a sweet, goofy, puppy pal to cuddle with you on cold winter days? Well, count me in! I love my people, cuddling on the couch if you let me, and testing boundaries with my foster home cats...we understand each other now ;-). Walking with you about 4 times a week should keep me happy, but I also need some mental stimulation too! I'm comfortable most of the time and have only kept my distance from a stranger I wasn't too sure of on a walk once. I like all my foster family which includes children, cats, and dogs! I am house trained, crate trained, not a flight risk, and can sit! We need to keep up my training for recall, stay, and to not pull on the leash. I'm getting bigger you know, so I need positive reinforcement to help me be a good puppy and to allow me to become a really good doggo! I have lots of energy but I still tend to be on the submissive side. Most homes could be a good match for me, but if you have a big, dominant dog, that might not be the best fit. I hope I get to find my forever family soon!

Health Notes: This beautiful girl came in as a young pup from an Alberta Spay and Neuter Task Force Clinic. It was noted that she and her brother had patchy fur around their eyes and a very thin coat on their paws. We suspected that they may have mange and upon skin scrapings, we were correct. Both were treated for their demodectic mange and have made full recoveries. Quiver now has a full, soft coat and has been growing like a weed! Quiver is up to date with DACPP, Bordatella, Rabies and is spayed and microchipped.

Behavior Notes: Quiver is a beautiful pup who is showing typical puppy behaviors. She gets along great with other dogs and cats. She does pretty good in new situations and with strangers, though there was a stranger on a walk that she didn't want to walk past, but no problems since. She needs about 4 walks a week, and mental stimulation. She's good with children. She is fully hous trained. Fully crate trained. She was left loose once and got into a bag of shavings. She is not a flight risk. She does get excited for attention as she is a puppy. Good on leash, though as she gets bigger she is pulling a little. She is currently learning recall and stay, she knows sit. She loves cuddles, and being with people. She does need to learn boundaries. She would do great in a home with kids, another dog, but she tends to be submissive so an overly dominant dog would not be the best for her.

Think you have found your furever friend?