Age: 9 Years Sex: Female
|Home:Drumheller, AB, Canada |
Leave a bone for Tia
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|-mutt||-pound dog||-dog rescue|
July 4th 2003
Her ball and anybody who will throw it for her.
She is not fond of strangers and other dogs who won't let her dominate them.
Ball, ball, ball, ball and ball. She is ball obsessed.
Cheese and Peanut butter
Every where, all the time
Catch the ball, High five, Shake a paw,
Tia was born at the Humane Society where I volunteered. Her mother, a Spaniel mix?? was found and was very pregnant. She had six pups, but on the day they were adopted at six weeks old they all came down with PARVO. Tia was returned to the humane society within hours, as many of the pups were. She survived.
Tia was later adopted by a wonderful family, but they came back for advice on training when she was 6 months old. She is a difficult VERY hyperactive , very bossy and protective dog, and they were not the home for her. She needed a home where there was no risk of children's friends being bitten, and the risk there was too high. She was rehomed to me.
Tia is probably the smartest dog I have ever met. She is a wonderful cuddler and incredibly loyal and faithful. She is also hyper hyper hyper hyper active. Did I say she is hyper active? Just this year, after her fourth birthday, she began to slow down, just a touch. She is no longer ready to go 23 out of 24 hours . . . but she could easily still do 20.
Tia gets along with other dogs, but not all other dogs. It is a hit and miss situation, so we have some established dog friends, but she is not a "dogpark" kind of girl.
Did you say Ball?
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