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In shelter Dog

Montréal, QC, H1W 3V5
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I am a young female dog full of energy who is always ready to play and explore. They say I’m curious and very smart! I have an excellent learning ability and I’m housebroken (I even ask for the door). I very rarely bark but I do like to yap on occasion.

Sometimes I just want to do what I want. Being a very excited puppy, I also tend to chew often and hard. My foster family is helping me with this, but my adoptive family will need to continue to work on this with me. I also eat anything that is lying around (Kleenex, papers, stuffed toys, etc.) but I especially like fabrics that I tear in little pieces and want to swallow...

So you have to be extremely vigilant during walks and create a safe environment for me. This is non-negotiable to ensure my well-being. I will need mental stimulation and to expend my energy on a daily basis for my behaviour problems to improve. I will also need to be taught how to be alone.

I must live in a home without cats because I’m not used to live with them, and because I’m quite “intense” according to humans

I absolutely need a doggy friend because I love the company of my canine counterparts, and because they help me expend my energy

I must live in a home without children because I chew and jump on people without realizing that I’m a big dog


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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