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At A Glance
|In addition to LOVE this dog has the following requirements:|
|Date Posted||Fence||Kid Friendly||Another Dog||Cat Friendly|
|This is the most recent information available; however, it may change as we learn more about the dog.|
I would like to introduce you all to Sweet Pea 16-216. Sweet Pea is a 3-4 year old labradoodle. She is very sweet. She can be shy at first with strangers, especially tall men. When my 6'2" son was back for the weekend she did growl and bark at him the first night. By the second night she did warm up to him and they were snuggling on the couch. Also, the first night Sweet Pea did need some time to chill in the crate from the other dogs in my home. She would growl at the dogs. We took her out on a leash and let her slowly be around the other dogs and by morning she was perfectly fine with them. No more growling and she was playing. Sweet Pea had her spay surgery on 9-2-16 and is recovering nicely. She is now current on all vaccinations and heart worm negative. Her fecal test did show she has hookworms. She has had her first round of medication. She will need another round of medication in two weeks and then another round a month after that. After completion she will need to have a fecal test to ensure the hookworms are gone. She also is being treated for yeast in both ears. Otherwise she is a healthy girl.
Sweet Pea will jump up on you when excited or wants your attention but it is a soft jump and she listens well when you tell her to stay down. She will also gently paw at you when she sits in front of you wanting you to pet her. She likes to play with my RD Alli. She crates well at night. She is afraid of loud noises, the vacuum and my hair dryer so she could be spooked easily so a fence is preferred by not required. She likes being with another dog but I think she would also be fine as the only dog. I do not have young children in my home so it is unknown how she is around them. She may knock young children over. She does not resource guard her food or toys. She keeps her crate clean and appears to be housebroken. She has never had an accident in the house. She has seen cats while on a leash and acts very interested in chasing them. She has never lived with one.
Whoever adopts Sweet Pea will be very lucky. She is a very sweet girl. If you are interested in learning more about her please let your placement advisor know!