RECENTLY ADOPTED

Una

Personality Color: orange

Orange dogs are likely young, energetic, and enthusiastic with lots of love to give! They will thrive with regular exercise, and some training classes would be a good idea. These dogs would be a great companion for an active person who enjoys running or hiking in the park. Fenced-in yard a plus!
medium
  • young
  • female

Bio data

Let’s go adventuring! I’m a curious, enthusiastic girl, who has puppy energy and is playful and affectionate! I like treats, being active, chasing a ball or toy, and gentle affection. I’ll probably need basic training, calming exercises, and opportunities to sniff and explore. Let’s learn some new things together!

Kids: 8+, jumpy, active, object exchange

Dogs: rough and rude, jumpy, mouthy, may be too much for some dogs

Una spent some time in foster. Here’s what the humans have to say about her:

My daughter nicknamed  her “Una Bear”  because while she is playful and full of life, she is also a cuddly teddy bear that loves to snuggle, give kisses, and be near her people.  She loves to  chase a ball, chew on her soft toys,  and a peanut butter kong is very appreciated!

She is sitting and beginning to shake hands, lay down, and stay on command with treats and consistent reminders. She is mostly potty trained when taken out on a schedule, and stays in a crate up to 5 hours without fussing.  She slept in the dog crate in our laundry room overnight, and didn’t  make a peep.  She is almost always quiet and was not at all bothered by the fireworks on New Years!  She makes cute noises when she yawns and  stretches and she is more small than medium.  I am only 5’1 and I easily picked her up, maybe weighs 30 lbs?  Did I  mention her adorable and expressive ears? They give her so much character.   She is a petite girl with a big dog personality and spirit, which I loved so much!!

She has puppy energy when It comes to playing with other dogs.  She played with a neighbor’s  hound dog mix that is almost the same age.  They were a perfect play mate for each other. She has quite a lot of energy as she is still young but we think she could learn some much from an older dog.

She is a little (puppy) jumpy, but her small size  makes it manageable and not dangerous .  She is learning to chew on only her toys and not fingers. But is easily corrected for this behavior as well.