born ~March 2017
Meet Callie! Callie is about 35lbs and only 6 months old. She’ll likely be in the mid 50’s once she is full grown. Your guess is as good as ours, but Callie looks like a Shepherd/Lab mix, so we’ll go with that 🙂 This precious pup is an absolute lovebug, always showing her affection but still being the goofy gal that she is.
Playing with other dogs is her favorite thing to do! Upon first introductions, she is super friendly and hasn’t had any problems with any new dog that she has encountered. She does tend to give lots of puppy kisses to her new friends and enjoys wrestling, but isn’t rough at all. Ok, she gives kisses to EVERYONE so you better like an affectionate licker if you’re considering this gal! Taking Callie to the dog park would be a great regular form of exercise for her since she is such a playful pup. She has proven to be a very spunky gal with some attitude, but is super cute while struttin’ her stuff.
Callie is already crate trained! She eats her meals in her crate and spends the day in there while Foster Dad is away. Whining just a tad bit when he leaves is expected, but she’s not dramatic. During the day, Callie has no problem keeping her crate clean. Though she isn’t fully housebroken, she’s getting better and should be there in no time! For as young as she is, it’s a bit surprising how laid back she seems. Keep in mind she currently lives with two young-ish dogs so she has plenty of buddies to expel her energy with. But when it’s time to take a break, she is happy is all getup on the couch or in bed with her humans, napping the day away.
If you want to feel loved, Callie will check that box for you. Keeping Foster Dad in eyesight is important to her and she is working on being more independent. Spending time outside without her humans is not her idea of a good time, even with doggy friend. So as long Foster Dad is in sight, she will parade around and enjoy herself just fine.
Looking for a cuddle-fluffball-extraordinaire? Or a talented face kisser? Callie is IT! With a little more consistency on her house training, this puppy will be good to go and would love to make your home her new fur-ever home!
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