Chloe

Chloe - Adopted!

Name(s): Chloe
Age: 7 years old (DOB 11/04/2009)
Size (weight): 11 lbs.
Coat & colour: Long hair, mainly black with tan markings on feet and face
Temperament: Affectionate, sweet natured, shy, sensitive to some noises
Good with Dogs: Yes
Good with Cats: Not exposed to cats with current foster
Good with Kids: Possibly with older, respectful kids
Needs another Dog: A confident, low-energy dog may be helpful
Needs to be an only Dog: No
Housetraining: Yes
Suitable for an Apartment: No – Chloe is a barker
Origin: Owner Surrender
Adoption Fee? $300

And now a few words from me:

Hi! I’m Chloe. As you can see, I’m a beautiful girl with long black hair and subtle tan markings on my face and on my feet. I’m sweet and curious, and I love to cuddle. I really enjoy being outside and going for long walks. And riding in the car is fun too. Meeting new people is fine, but sometimes I feel overwhelmed, and as a result it may take me a little time to warm up to them. I do like to play, but just for a short time and then I am done. Being such a pretty girl, I’m sure you’ll want to take lots of photos of me. But you need to know that I really don’t like cameras and will try to hide if I see or hear one. No “pupparazzi” for me, please. I can be sensitive to other noises too, so a calm environment would suit me best. Are you looking for a sweet cuddle bug? I might be your girl!

And now a few words from my foster family:

Chloe is a sweet girl who needs a confident leader. She can be afraid of new things and her forever family will need to spend time with her working through these issues in order to help her gain confidence and overcome them. Because she is not treat or food-motivated, this can be more challenging. When training, it is important that Chloe participates in what you want her to do. For example, when getting her into the car, it is best to pick her up, place her front paws on the seat and allow her to walk in the rest of the way. It’s also really important that Chloe be exercised outside daily. She would do best in a calm, peaceful environment with a family that is committed to helping her overcome any issues she has.