For the Bridgerton lovers....meet Eloise. She and her siblings were pulled from a shelter.
5/6 month old female (as of the first of June) weighing in at 30 lbs
Husky/Lab (Great Dane) Mix? We are totally guessing on the breeds.
Eloise has been spayed, current on vaccines, micro-chipped, dewormed and on heartworm prevention.
She lacks confidence and needs another canine in her home. She gets along with cats and dogs. She is not an alpha and takes correction from other dogs well. Because she is a puppy (probably for the first time in her life) she can be a little extra sometimes.
She lived outside until LPR got her so potty training has been slow but she is getting it. I do not have a fenced in yard so I have her on a schedule.
She is crate trained. She sleeps in a crate all night in our bedroom with us and our pack. If she needs to potty she will let me know - does not mess her crate. Other than at night we rarely crate her. She could not handle being crated for long hours. She does not like to be alone so if we crate her to go out we leave a dog or cat in the room with her.
We need to get her out more - we do not live in a sub division and do not have any neighbors that she would see so all she encounters is me and Brad. We took her out last weekend and she was scared and stayed under the table. She has tons of personality at our house so we need to work on this. It took her a couple of days when we first got her so she will need some patience in a new home.
She is super sweet and a great cuddler. She is also super smart. Loves dog toys and bones. Walks well on a leash. She is a good eater. She has not been around young children but other than being all puppy I would not be concerned.
ADOPT ELOISE!!!!! www.LuckyPupRescueSC.com The adoption fee is $250.00 and we require a vet check & home visit.
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