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Private Adoption Dog - Di Di



Di Di is a 1 year old spayed female Australian Shepherd mix. She weighs 40 lbs and is up-to-date on her vaccinations. Di Di is housetrained and currently lives with an infant. She is untested with cats but is likely ok with them.

Here is what Di Di's current guardian has to say about her:

Di Di is an intelligent and protective dog. I got her when she was four months old and she was living with her mother and siblings, working in a cattle field. She has not worked since then and has become a house pet. She does spend lots of time in a fenced yard, but sleeps inside with me in my bedroom at night time. She needs to always be on a leash or in a fenced yard because she may try to chase cars. At the ocean or away from the roads she does fine being off the leash and always comes when I call her. She loves to go for rides in the car and for walks. If you grab your car keys and head for the door she will dart out and sit by the passenger door, assuming she is going too. Di Di may do best in a home where there are no other pets, as she may be jealous, play too rough, or simply try and herd the other animals. She currently lives with a 6 month old baby, but she can be a little hyper so it may be better to live in a home without children. Di Di is an excellent guard dog and a loyal, cute companion. Here are the commands she knows:

1. "Sit" for a treat or waiting to be fed
2. "Lay down" or "go lay down on your bed"
3. "Get out of the kitchen" (say while pointing)
4. "No barking in the house" she has only lived in the suburbs 4 months and she is not used to people walking by on the sidewalk very close to the house
5. "Come"
6. "This way" while walking
7. "Get the bug" to kill a fly in the house

For more information, please contact Janet at 360-350-8405 or goldenjl76@gmail.com

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