Maisey girl is an adorable almost 6 months of age who is so cute in person it’s absurd.
See for yourself - https://youtu.be/KkH88fJikT0
When you first meet her she’s a little shy but within minutes her little butt is wiggling and she’s looking for pets by licking your hand.
She’s been fostering in a doggies daycare and just loves the other dogs - she follows them around and plays all day. Because of her little bit of shyness we think maybe an older dog to play with would be ideal for her. One of the daycare workers has been taking her home at night and she LOVES her big dog Sam - she sleeps on his back when they are lying down.
We are working on some basic commands with her - sit, stay etc - she’s all puppy so getting her to focus isn’t always easy but shes very food motivated which always help - PUPPY SCHOOL will be a must for this girl.
She goes into her crate without any problems which will make her continued work at house training easy.
If you’d like more info, feel free to email: firstname.lastname@example.org or just apply using the link provided and we will get right back to you.
Breed: Lab Mix
Age: 6 months approx. 2/6/2019
Weight: Approx. 20 lbs 2/6/2019
Vaccinations: Up to date.
Heartworm: Too young to test, on preventative.
BASED ON OUR OBSERVATIONS:
Good with Dogs: Yes
Good with Cats: Untested but puppies usually do well with cats with proper introductions.
Good with Kids: She would arm up to children definitely but would need proper introductions and respectful children!!
Puppy Donation: $500.00
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