This pretty dog has been let down by quite a few people in her life. She was found as a stray and taken in by some kindhearted people. She slept in a bed every night with a young girl and loved her time with them but the landlord kicked her out and she ended up at a crowded shelter. Long story short – she made her way to us and is now doing great.
Matilda is a very smart, athletic dog. She will thrive with a structured environment and lots of exercise. Matilda is a rough player and and loves playing hard with other dogs. Her play style is a bit much for most dogs and for that reason we think she would do best as an only dog.
She is crate trained, house trained and walks well on leash. Wed like to find a family with breed experience for Matilda.
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TEAM CARL CLOTHING Baby Carl was found on a construction site – clinging to life. He was 1.5 lbs and severely emaciated. Two construction workers did not know what to do when they found him and they brought him to the shelter. He was scheduled to be immediately euthanized because the shelter is not equipped […]
Post 2: How to choose the right training tools for your dog: for more information go to “decodingdogsla”. Remember – there is no ‘one size fits all’ so it’s important to recognize what works for you and your dog. • A toggled slip leash (top R) is a good starting point. All collars they should […]
First a little cautionary tale: Hamlet was adopted after having a rough start. His former home was not very good to him. His forever family was dedicated to him and wanted to set him up for success. But there were a few hiccups in the first weeks in his new home. Basically, Hamlet ate part […]
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