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In shelter Dog

Chicago, IL, 60654
Pet name:
Black Mouth Cur
Please meet Betsy! If you are looking for a younger dog, but may not have the time required for a puppy, a teenage dog might be great for you. Teenage dogs have a zest for life and most love learning new skills. Teenagers are still learning the ropes of being good family dogs, so they need consistency of what they can and cannot do. We encourage attending a positive reinforcement-based training class to help you and your adolescent dog bond and learn together. Daily mental and physical exercise also helps set the tone for a happy life together. 

Betsy is a sweet and active gal, ready for lots pets, belly rubs, and playtime! She is a gal who will love lots of physical activity on top of her daily walks, puzzle toys, and exposure to new environments and experiences to be a happy pup. Some things that would be beneficial in Betsys training is loose leash and crate training using positive reinforcement. Due to her size and energy, kids and other pets are okay, as long as theyre supervised and introductions to other animals are done slowly. 

If this sweet teenage gal sounds like the pup for you and your home, come meet your future bestfriend in person during our adoption hours at the River North location!

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