Thursday, 11 January 2018 19:17
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My name is Meera - please adopt me

Meera is 7 months old, entire female who is just a big puppy and needs to start from scratch with her training and socialisation with people and dogs. When the volunteer entered the house, she barked up close and ran away with any movement, she didn’t touch the volunteer just barked. After 10-15 minutes with the volunteer ignoring her and dropping treats the barking stopped and was taking treats from the volunteers hands. For the rest of the visit she settled and the volunteer was able to fuss and be on the floor with her playing games. She will revert back to barking if she doesn’t get the treat when she wants it. Meera is being rehomed as the family are expecting a baby and feel she needs more attention/ training than they will be able to give once the baby arrives.

People – When out walking she doesn’t bark and will sniff them when they walk past. Strangers coming into the house she will bark – this will need to be worked on in her new home.

Children – She has been around young children and is fine with them but when she is excited will knock them over – as usual children will need to be over 10 years old in her new home.

Dogs – She currently lives with 2 yorkshire terriers who she loves to play with but gets over excited. Meeting dogs on walks or training classes she will bark to keep them away – this will need to be worked on in her new home.

Travel – she has been in the car and buses and is fine travelling

Training – Meera is currently at a training class where they are trying to work on her socialisation with dogs, she is improving but more work will need to be done. She has the basic sit and down, no recall and pulls on the lead. She will mouth when over excited but with training this would stop. Training is a must to bring this girl on and give her confidence. She does chew when left alone but is crate trained.

Meera is a bright, young affectionate girl who needs some guidance in the outside world, with training she will make someone a fantastic dog. Can you give her a home?

My details

  • Gender: Female
  • Colour: White
  • Coat: Short
  • Neutered/Spayed: No
  • Dogs: No
  • Cats: No
  • Children: Yes
  • Region: Aberdeen City
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