Sitter needed: 7/29/2021 - 8/2/2021 If you come to meet Eel and she brings you a rope, she's telling you she wants to play tug-o-war right away! This active, high energy girl loves to play tug-o-war, either with a rope or her toys. She always enjoys playing with her toys, and she does adorable zoomies around the yard. She even loves biting at the water her foster is spraying from the garden hose. This silly girl is such a fun playmate! She can be timid and protective when first meeting new people, but she opens up to them when she feels safe. Now, she leans up against her foster mom pretty often and enjoys some cuddles, resting against her on the couch and hoping for her attention. She's having fun on her walks, hikes and runs. She can go for miles on her leash walks, and behaves nicely, just reacting occasionally to what she sees. At home, she's a smart girl who's eager to learn. She already answers to "sit" and "down" and is off to new skills. And she is a house-trained lady who does well in her crate. She goes in when she needs a break from her doggie housemates and eats and sleeps there, lounging nicely when her foster is away. Eel will love a low-traffic home with few visitors and parents who are experienced with training and can take her on lots of activities and adventures. Come meet this girl, and see more about her on Instagram: @adopt.the.real.eel.
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