Koda is a medium sized dog, only around 40lbs. She is a sweet and playful young lady. She took a few days to warm up to her foster home, and new dog pack, but once the play started, the fun didn’t stop. Koda does tend to give off a warning growl to the other dogs when food or treats are involved but we have been working on sitting and waiting her turn to get fed and to get treats. Toy play has yet to be introduced into the environment. Koda is now crate trained and it only took about 1 and a half weeks. We can now open the crate and she goes right in, getting a treat afterwards of course. We are currently working on sit and stay. She is able to sit, but gets overly excited when sitting for a treat. She pulls a little on the leash, but mainly to stay in the front of the line with the other dog. She enjoys walks and runs, and will want lots of water when she gets home. She would do well with a family with other dogs, big or small. We believe she would do well with other dogs that like to play. She often wants to be the center of attention, and will often interrupt when attention is being given to the other dogs. Sometimes it appears as she is trying to be the alpha dog. We were told she has been good around kids, but have not experienced this firsthand. Koda’s personality is quirky and fun! When she is happy, her tongue hangs out to the side. When we get home and let her out of her cage, she is a pretty talkative pup. To show her affection, she often nibbles or snuggles on your ear, or any other jewelry you might be wearing. She does not bite, only nibbles when she wants your attention. Great personality, full of energy, playful, loves to go for walks, extremely friendly. Koda has been around dogs, but will need time to find her way in a pack so she knows where her place will be. She has an absolutely amazing personality and loves to tell you about her day. She is great with kids, her past owner had 3. Koda loves to show her affection by licking your ears and leaning on you. She loves to show you that you can trust you by nibbling on your hand. She loves to have her belly and chest rubbed. Issues: Needs a slow intro and will take a few days to trust her new environment, Will nibble on your ear once she trusts you. Tricks or Training: Crate/House/Potty trained. Knows basic commands such as: Sit, Down, Off, Leave it, Come, Stay, and Leash trained.
GOOD WITH CHILDREN & OTHER DOGS (with slow intro)