born ~October 2015
Introducing Clover! Clover is basically Piglet in dog form. I mean, look at her pink nose and those pointed and floppy ears! Ok, she’s a bit larger than what Piglet would probably be, but she only weighs about 42lbs and is a couple years old. And guess what? She’s housebroken and crate trained my friends!
Living with 4 large dogs isn’t always easy, but Clover gets along great with all of them! On their first meet and greet she was submissive as each pup introduced themselves, letting them sniff and do their thing without hesitation. You may remember Radar, a former ACR pup. Well he and Clover were two peas in a pod – always running around and wrestling. Now that he’s adopted, she does fine with the older dogs that don’t want to play, but she needs regular exercise and mental stimulation. It’s important that food is kept separate from her and her 4-legged buddies and Clover does not enjoy sharing. But bring on the backyard and she’ll romp around and show them how great life is!
Clover is still young and has a good bit of energy so she would do best in a home with a playmate and a fenced in yard. Of course, trips to the dog park would be a great option as well! Long walks are always enjoyed by this sweet pup and really any time spent with a companion of any sort is appreciated. If you’ve always wanted to train an agility dog, she may be perfect! One time, she completely cleared a picnic table, hurdling over it like nobody’s business.
Clover is perfectly potty trained, sleeps great through the night, walks great on a leash and loves to explore her surroundings. Cuddling and being close to her humans is her preferred stakeout – well, that or with her canine siblings. She hasn’t been around cats yet so we aren’t sure if she would share that same love. Spending time in her crate is just fine with Clover, though she does talk a little in the beginning, then settles down quickly.
Miss Clover has been living at an animal shelter for about 8 months but now she is finally in a warm and loving home. She has already settled in quite comfortably and enjoys snoozing on the couch and curling up next to Foster Mom. Her unique colors make her an absolutely beautiful dog – a light, faded brindle – and don’t forget those ears! The way they stand up and flop at the top – too precious!
Clover is such a lover and so eager to please her people. She will make a wonderful pet to a very lucky family if she is just given a chance!!
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