Liebe is an indoor dog who is mostly potty trained although will sometimes have accidents inside. When left alone she is free is the house and will bark but is not distructive so she may not be the best fit for an apartment. She is a very affectionate dog to those she trusts, with new people she takes a moment to warm up. Liebe enjoys car rides and playing with rope toys or balls. She knows the commands sit, stay, come, heel and no. She will chase small animals and doesn't always like other dogs so a meet and greet is recommended with any potential housemates. Liebe was surrendered due to increasing aggression towards the other dog in the home. When outside of the home Liebe should be properly restrained to allow for slow and supervised introductions to strangers and other pets. Liebe has been previously treated through Tier1 Veterinary Medical Center for allergies. She has done well at the shelter on Science Diet but any adopter may need to work with thier regular veterinarian (and Tier 1) to manage her allergies, if they become an issue. Common signs of allergies in dogs are hair loss, red skin, licking at feet and/or scratching at ears. These symptoms can become severe and should be investigated with your veterinarian. Traditional allergy dogs do well on true limited ingredient diets and should avoid being fed treats outside of that diet.Please call for more information or to schedule an appointment to meet Liebe today.
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