monica

QUICK FACTS: ✔️ Good with kids and other dogs! ✔️ Crate trained! ✔️ Great running buddy! ✔️ Walks well on leash!

lab Mix|female|3 years old|64 lbs|Adoption Fee $325


Updates from Foster Home: 

Pupdate 1: Monica likes to get up and walk/eat first thing in the morning. She would love to play outside all day, but she's equally happy spending all day curled up on a dog bed next to you. She rarely barks, and is perfectly content to just hang out all day before eating dinner and take 1-2 walks in the evening. She is a very chill dog and a huge sweetheart.

Monica is slow to warm up with people, but after a few days she becomes the biggest sweetheart in the world! She wants nothing more than to lay at your feet or cuddle up next to you on the couch for hours on end. Monica can become spooked with fast movements or loud sounds next to her, but she reacts fearfully rather than aggressively.

Monica would be a great running buddy. She prefers to go on walks at a brisk pace, or faster! She does pull a little bit but she is very manageable. She is happy with 2-3 medium-length walks during the day but would be willing to go much further--she'd be a great hiking buddy. During the day Monica spends most of her time laying around, often chewing a bone. She usually prefers napping over playtime.

Monica has gotten along well with other dogs at doggy daycare, but can take time to warm up to them. Interactions with cats unknown. Monica has separation anxiety that ranges from manageable to severe. She can be destructive so it's recommended she be crated in a hard-sided crate, as she has broken a wire crate in the past. She would do best living with someone that stays at home/works from home or attending doggy daycare.

Monica needs a home that's willing to find the best solution to manage her separation anxiety, but besides that she's the total package. She's happy, cuddly, quiet, smart, and eager to find her forever home!