“Aspen is the life to live, see how much there is to give. See how strongly you believe, see how much you may receive.” John Denver
Meet Aspen, the sweetest little tan brindled dream! You may recognize this sweet face, though she’s a bit older now! She was part of “trees” litter born into the program in December of 2021. Aspen is back of no fault of her own, as her doggy sibling decided that she just wasn’t a good fit for the pack.
Aspen is around four months old now and weighs in at a lean 30 pounds! She’ll likely get to around 60-70 pounds when she’s full grown, but don’t be shocked if she’s smaller or larger.
Housebreaking, Crate-Training, and Commands
Aspen is just four months old, so remember that when we tell you that she’s still learning. She’s ALMOST got the hang of both crate AND house training, but she’s got a ways to go yet. She’s happy to hang out in her crate (especially with a treat to sweeten the deal), but she does have accidents.
She needs to be brought outside regularly, otherwise she can’t hold it too long and she’ll go in the house. She does seem to understand that going potty outside is what she has to do, so she’ll have it down in no time!
Behavior around other Dogs, Cats, and Kids
Aspen is great with dogs, cats, AND kids! She previously lived with all three and was fantastic. She is a bit mouthy (because she’s a puppy) so she may be a better fit for a house with older children.
Behavior around People
Aspen is a people’s pup. She would much rather be at your feet than hanging out alone or playing with her pup friends. She loves to lay next to you or be in your vicinity at all times — you’ll never be alone with Aspen around!
She’s got puppy energy, so of course, you’ll need to expect to take her for walks and do several play sessions. She loves her bones and her stuffed bear and is just so keen on hanging out!
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