Skey is a beautiful young lady, a very pale black and tan semi long coat. She is hale and hearty with a sweet temperament.
She barked when our volunteer rang the doorbell and was sent away from the door, but once inside she was keen to welcome him with a sniff and alick she offered him her toy and loved having her ears and tummy rubbed.
Although she has had no formal training Skye responds to basic commands and to the recall olead (unless distracted).
She is well behaved in the home and house-trained. However, she would enjoy and benefit from further training, parcularly heel-work (as she pulls strongly on the lead) and socialisation (as she can be reacve with other dogs when on the lead).
Nevertheless, she does not need a great deal of work. Skye is good with people, but will bark at callers or people passing by. She soon settles down after meeting and greeng visitors
Whilst Skye currently lives with two young children, she doesn’t like to be teased or grabbed by them. We would prefer her to be in a home with older (or no) children.
Skye is good with dogs that visit her home and with dogs in homes she visits, but she can be reactive with other dogs when outside, parcularly on the lead
Skye travels well, although she gets excited and noisy at first when outward bound, but soon settles down and is okay on the return journey.
Skye is being re-homed because her family’s circumstances have changed dramatically and sadly,they can no longer give her the attention she deserves. They feel that it would better for Skye to find a home with someone who can give her the affection she needs.
Her new owner should spend time with her on further training and socialisation as, with a little effort she will make a wonderful companion