Social butterfly Azalea loves everyone she meets. She enjoys meeting up with new humans, dogs, and she even passed her cat test in Mexico. In the home, she has done really well, with just one accident so far, and that was the first day. She is crate trained, and we’d love to see her out of the crate, once her housetraining is locked in. She has no interest in people furniture and has been respectful in the home. It seems she hasn’t had any toys in her past life, but with foster moms help, she is learning to play with toys, and a bit of tugging games. Her foster mom says “she is very clever and energetic, and is learning new things quite quickly. Brains and beauty!” On walks she tries to be polite, but there is a bit of tugging and she would prefer to go up to everyone’s house to check it out (easily redirected). She would not be opposed to having a jogger in the family!
She is a beauty and her coat reminds us a bit of a collie. The more we get to know her, we do realize she is a bit of a herding dog, trying to keep her pals organzed. We are looking for a kid-free home for her, as nothing needs herding like a bunch of kids, and that is not a dogs job to do!Her future home will include lots of walks, have a secure yard, be kid free, and have lots of dog pals (in the home or in the neighbourhood) for her to run around with. She had a playdate recently and had the very best time!To apply to adopt Azalea, check out the adoption process and application at www.dibsrescue.com. Her adoption fee is $750.