~15 months of age
AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION!
She told me that she is finally ready to make her own special announcement!
ISN’T this BBBBB just gorgeous?!
Her scars are her badge of survival…a symbol of her incredible strength.
Though, others tried to break her, she is a thrivor.
She had her latest Vet Visit yesterday and she was deemed healthy for her third boosters and though she could still gain a bit more muscle mass and weight – she has put on almost 30 pounds to date – it is nothing that cannot be done in a right matched personality fit home.
THIS girl should not EVER weigh more than 100-105 tops, she should be lean and obese dogs remain one of my biggest pet peeves.
She is not skinny, she is no longer emaciated, she is looking beautiful…really stunning!
She can go to a home that works full time, part time, works from home, is semi-retired or is retired. She is another incredible versatile BHRR dog.
We will NOT consider any homes with children under the age of 12.
We do not know how she is with cats yet we would prefer a no cat home for her with how her play style is – can be quite rough – better than it was yet this is also her personality. She is a princess in many ways yet a tomboy in others.
She needs a quietly social home, one that is active for she loves her walks/hikes and car rides and she needs to have the proper level of mental plus physical stiumation.
She is young, happy, healthy and wonderfully busy girl.
At her Vet visit yesterday she was fantastic with EVERYONE!
She only did one moment of inappropriate attention seeking behaviour by giving some barks to a couple that were there to drop off some Empties for our Holiday Season Drive.
She corrected well and felt quite proud of herself, which while it makes me smile on the inside is not acceptable.
We would love to see her in a home with at least one other right matched personality fit dog. We need friends, so does she yet what is most important is that she has a strong social doggie friend network. Therefore, if that right matched personality fit home did not have another dog, they must have a network in place for her.
She is playful, affectionate, has learned to love herself and that her own company is ok, can be a bit pushy and when gently reminded, remembers her manners.
She is full of life, crate trained, washes well and is wonderful to do nails.
Her leash manners are now at a level of ‘diamond in the rough’ and she is very eager to please. So attentive almost 75-80% of the time now. WTG!
She sure has discovered the comforts of the couch and for a dog that was chained up outside in the mud, good for her!
She is not for the faint of heart. She has spirit and backbone and is sweet, saucy with a healthy dash of spicy mixed in.
She will never go to a home that would not accept her for who she is, work to help her reach her WOW potential and she needs a home that is patient, has a good sense of humour and will give her that positive balanced approach to living that she so needs.
She may be a smaller female Giant yet she is massive in personality…you know when BHRR’s Char enters the room.
She is a great companion to watch a movie or read a book and cuddling up with a cup of tea by the fireplace.
She is equally a great companion for walks/hikes and car rides are a thrill for her!
She took some time to settle in as she packed so much into each day as if it was her last of freedom and now she ‘gets’ that she will have so much time in our 3+ acre fenced in yard to run/play.
She ‘gets’ that she will not be starved and will be fed on time, fed enough food and that no other dog or person is going to take her food.
She ‘gets’ that leashes are not scary horrible things that will tie her up outside and leave her all alone.
She ‘gets’ that she will not be left outside and never be allowed to come in for warmth, love and comfort. That did break my heart when she first arrived…..she was so worried about not being allowed to come in. She needed reassurance that she is important and that she lives inside the home and can come in and out as needed.
BHRR’s Char ‘gets’ that she is worthy and her head is now held up high, her tail is not tucked tight up to her belly, that she does not have to slink around or rush from A to B as close to the ground as possible.
She is proud and happy and healthy and I am bursting with so much happiness for her.
She did it Karen and Samantha and Jane! She DID it! Thank you for entrusting her to us……
She is going to make that right matched personality fit home a really blessed addition.