Meet Wren! This 43 pound boxer x lab x cuteness mix is about 9 months old, and is working on losing a few pounds.
Wren is crate trained! She’ll go in for treats and food, take the occasional nap in there, and will barely whine for a little bit once she’s left alone – and this is all after only a week of crate training! Wren is currently working on being fully housebroken though. She signals that she has to go potty by intently sniffing around in the house, but she still has small accidents (she’s still learning!). We think that as time goes on she’ll master only going potty outside.
Wren hasn’t heard of the whole “cats vs dogs” rivalry. She currently views other cats as friends and tries to play with them, or she just pretends that they aren’t there. At first meet she might try to play a quick game of tag with them; however, Wren quickly realizes that that is not the way to foster new feline friendships. Wren has also been around older kids and other dogs, and did great with them! She played very well with ACR adoptables Riley and Theodore, and showed that she understands doggy cues when other dogs didn’t want to play with her anymore.
This confident lady hasn’t shown to be scared of much! If new situations come up (like meeting chickens for the first time) she might be a little nervous. Those nerves don’t last for long, as she soon realizes that there’s nothing to be nervous about. As far as energy levels go, Wren tires out quickly, but still needs a few good play sessions, walks, or a trip to the dog park to keep her happy. Once she gets some of her wiggles out she’ll gladly cuddle up next to you or lay in your lap to relax for a couple hours.
Wren’s Foster Mom told us that when Wren is excited she hops like a bunny! Her other skills include being very good at reading people, as she always know when her hooman needs some cuddles and dog kisses. Think you’re the one that Wren has been waiting for? Then contact us today!
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