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August D190315

Mountain Cur / Mixed (short coat) / Female / Adult

Details about August D190315

  • ID D190315
  • Adopted for Adoption
  • Dog
  • Brindle with White
  • Coatlength: Short
  • Activity Level: Moderate
  • Good with Dogs: Yes
  • Good with Adults: All
  • Reaction to New People: Friendly

More about August D190315

  • Energy Level: Moderate
  • Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor Only

Name: August
Age: DOB Approx. 08/23/17
Gender: Female
Breed: Cur x
Weight: 47
Dog friendly: Yes
Cat friendly: TBD
Kid friendly: Yes
House Trained: Yes
Crate Trained: Yes
Energy level: Moderate
History: Surrendered with 7 puppies
Adoption Fee: $400.00

 

From the Foster:

August is a very sweet, super gorgeous Mountain Cur mix who loves to cuddle, chew on bones, play with squeaky toys, and then cuddle some more. She came in with her litter of puppies, and you can tell she has a very maternal nature. Our resident dog recently had surgery and was crying, so she curled right up next to him to comfort him. It was the sweetest thing. She loves to get cozy on a soft dog bed or snuggle up with her human on the couch. August is a little shy at first, more so to men, but warms up pretty quickly. She’s very dog friendly and would love a friend in her forever home. We have a calm chihuahua who she is very respectful towards and a playful lab that she romps around with; she can definitely read signals and acclimate to different types of doggies. She is house trained on a schedule. She currently does not signal that she needs to go out, but doesn’t have accidents when I take her out at the proper times. She really loves to walk outside and sniff the world. She has a cute little prance and walks wonderfully on a leash. Auggie doesn’t like her kennel, so I have to physically place her in it. However, once she’s in she is fine and curls up to go to sleep. She may whine for 5 minutes tops, but settles very quickly. She is in her kennel when we aren’t home, since she’s a curious gal and likes to counter surf. When we get home from work she greets us with tons of excitement and kisses, it’s very cute. We are working on not jumping up as well. She sleeps either in our bed or on a dog bed next to us, curled up in a little ball. She really is a lovely dog who is going to make a great addition to a lucky family. Another bonus, she’s very low-shedding and a petite, lower-riding gal at just about 40 pounds! 

August is a very sweet, super gorgeous Mountain Cur mix who loves to cuddle, chew on bones, play with squeaky toys, and then cuddle some more. She came in with her litter of puppies, and you can tell she has a very maternal nature. Our resident dog recently had surgery and was crying, so she curled right up next to him to comfort him. It was the sweetest thing. She loves to get cozy on a soft dog bed or snuggle up with her human on the couch. August is a little shy at first, more so to men, but warms up pretty quickly. She’s very dog friendly and would love a friend in her forever home. We have a calm chihuahua who she is very respectful towards and a playful lab that she romps around with; she can definitely read signals and acclimate to different types of doggies. She is house trained on a schedule. She currently does not signal that she needs to go out, but doesn’t have accidents when I take her out at the proper times. She really loves to walk outside and sniff the world. She has a cute little prance and walks wonderfully on a leash. Auggie doesn’t like her kennel, so I have to physically place her in it. However, once she’s in she is fine and curls up to go to sleep. She may whine for 5 minutes tops, but settles very quickly. She is in her kennel when we aren’t home, since she’s a curious gal and likes to counter surf. When we get home from work she greets us with tons of excitement and kisses, it’s very cute. We are working on not jumping up as well. She sleeps either in our bed or on a dog bed next to us, curled up in a little ball. She really is a lovely dog who is going to make a great addition to a lucky family. Another bonus, she’s very low-shedding and a petite, lower-riding gal at just about 40 pounds!