Weight: 35/40 lbs
Age: 2 to 3 years old
Gender: spayed female
Breed: Lab/shepherd mix
Good with Adults: Timid
Good with kids: unknown fine with teens
Good with other dogs: She gets along well with her brother and other dogs also.
Good with cats: unknown; unlikely as she shows signs of prey drive
House trained: Yes. Had accidents at first but now she is great.
Crate trained: unknown
Energy level: Low Energy levels. Even calm outside just looks around and sun bathes
Barker: No, she’s a quiet girl
Flight risk: Yes
Food aggressive: No – not with her brother.
Walks on leash: Yes, just very slow .
Ride well in the car: Just wants to hide ; scared in a car
Destructive: she killed a bed the first day but now has not had any issues with beds or blankets.
Needs a home with a yard: Yes loves outside laying in the sun
Needs another dog: that would be best to continue helping her with her confidence
Can live in an apartment: No
Back story:. Leah and her brother were brought into a shelter in Bexar County. They were both feral and it has taken some time for them to come around. They lived in separate foster homes for several months and they have recently been put back together. Liam grew much faster and he is now helping Leah catch up.
Foster comments: She was timid/afraid when she got here. She needs a special patient adopter to help her become the dog she is capable of being. Calm, patient and willing to work to gain her trust one step at a time. A calm natured dog companion who will also help show her the ropes.
She slowly is learning to trust up and now will let 2 people pet her. But it takes her a while to trust someone. And she is still shy. But, I think with a lot of one on one time she would open up a lot.