11/23/2017) entered rescue with her slightly
older male companion, Max, as a result of
their owner experiencing health issues.
She is spayed, heartworm negative and up to
date on vaccinations. Max has been
adopted and Nadia seems to be doing well
without him. She still has
housebreaking issues and is on hold until we
can determine if it is a behavioral or
said to be good with cats. She doesn't
chew household objects or furniture and
prefers antlers or bones. She does not
like being put on lead and will run from the
lead, but once on and going on a walk is
well-behaved and enjoys the walk. She
has met new people and dogs on lead and was
appropriate. She is very vocal, but
submissive. Firm control on the lead
is needed since she has no idea of recall.
Nadia has a
straightened tail due to old, fused
fractures. She has problems with
anxiety and submission urination. She
is getting better as she learns to trust her
humans and benefits from a strict
housebreaking routine. Early in a new
relationship, she will be very tentative in
approaching, and may bolt. After
developing trust, she becomes your shadow.
Her energetic excitement when you come home
and greet her may result in potty accidents,
but that should improve as she matures.
She is a
kisser and love tummy rubs. She knows
sit and shake. Nadia would benefit from another, more mature
canine companion. If your home would
be the right one for Nadia, please
to fill out
an application to adopt.