Iris is a 10-month-old black and tan female with natural ears and a docked tail. Due to her young age, she requires a fully fenced yard (e-fence ok). She currently weighs about 40 pounds but is still growing. Iris is a sweet and friendly girl who is well behaved with puppy energy. She rides well in the car, likes to stick her head out the window to feel the breeze and waits to get out. She is house broken and has good house manners. She likes to play with her squeaky ball or other toys. She stays quietly in her crate while I’m at work but is fussy if she’s in the crate when I’m home. She is so excited and squiggly when I come to let her out. I’ve had no issues with her being out of the crate when I can watch her or overnight.
Iris hasn’t yet learned what is friend or foe, so she barks at things she sees and hears at first. She pulls on the leash out of excitement when walking but was well behaved in the pet store. She is friendly with everyone she meets. She does tend to jump on people she meets out of excitement. These are typical young dog behaviors that we are working on correcting. She has done well with my dogs but is unknown with cats or small animals.
Iris is a sweet, silly, happy girl looking for her forever home. Iris is located in Virginia.
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Iris found herself needing DAR&E to find her a new forever home.
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