|ELEANOR - ID#A561159|
My name is ELEANOR.
I am a spayed female, red and white Labrador Retriever mix.
I weigh approximately 54.40 lbs.
The shelter staff think I am about 6 years old.
I have been at the shelter since Jan 05, 2019.
I am currently in foster care. If you would like more information about adopting me, please visit our foster page.
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Shelter Staff made the following comments about this animal:
Foster Q & A:
Would you say this animal is vocal, quiet or somewhere in between?
Quiet and calm with small bursts of energy. She is docile around humans. She is not hyper.
Was this animal around KIDS (if so, please describe their reaction):
Eleanor was not around small kids, but around people and large crowds she is friendly toward everyone. She is super calm and happy to be petted. I believe she is the perfect family dog.
Was this animal around DOGS (if so, please describe their reaction):
It took her and my dog a couple days for them to warm up but they began to play and be friendly with one another. Jackpot is an anxious and nervous dog, but with Eleanor he calmed down and began to be more courageous; not being afraid of loud noises, not being scared to go outside, not being afraid to eat his food. Eleanor has done wonders and she has also perked up and is an all around healthy, and happy pupper.
When left alone, where does s/he sleep?
She sleeps on her bed, on a blanket, on a human bed, on a couch. Really anywhere comfortable. If you have a kennel, sometimes she likes to sleep inside.
Is this animal house-trained or litter box trained?
If a DOG, is this animal crate-trained?
She can be. She goes in on her own, and that's half the battle. I believe she finds the space comforting.
What words and qualities best describe your foster (friendly, reserved, cuddly, couch potato, etc)?
Cuddly Cuddly CUDDLY. She loves to prop her head on your shoulder, knee, and stomach. She is definitely a couch potato. I describe her as docile with short and small bursts of energy
Do you have any funny stories or other information you would like to share about your foster?
There was one time where she wouldn't get off the bed and I had to roll her off and gently put her on the ground so I could make it. And once I did she jumped back on the bed and pawed at the covers until my bed looked like it hadn't been made. She loves to burrow and she is supper funny to watch when she does.
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