Mixed Breed, Small (under 24 lbs fully grown)/Mix
Zoom, Zoom, Zoom, here comes Fae! Fae is a goofy, high energy is a girl who would do best in a home with children 7 years and older. She is a social girl who loves people but doesn't understanding on how to appropriately interact with humans . She runs round and round throwing herself at you then taking off with the zoomies. Never a dull moment with this girl, she will keep you laughing for hours. She is good with other dogs but her high energy and rude play doesn't make her a favorite of many other dogs.These dogs were rescued from a very small house with over 150 other dogs. Most of them are very friendly and affectionate dogs but lack the social skills and training that you would expect from your average pet. They are not used to being alone and would do best in a home with another dog as a companion. Some behavior challenges you can expect to see with these dogs are; difficulty with housetraining, frequent marking or urinating on objects in the home, not easily accepting people, unable to interact appropriately with people, and/or becoming overly attached/separation anxiety. These dogs have never been walked on a leash or have had any obedience training. Some dogs may show obsessive-compulsive behaviors such as spinning, barking, chewing, digging, and object hoarding. These are all behaviors that are a result of them not getting enough attention and/or stimulation in their past lives.Adopting a pet is a big decision and it is our goal to help you find a perfect match between you and your new family member. Please visit https://www.hbspca.com/adopt/adoption-process/ for more information on our no contact adoption process. Have you found a pet that you would like to adopt? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org; please place the name of the pet you are interested in the subject line of your email to begin the no contact adoption process.
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