Tasha 4 year old female Siberian Husky x German Shepherd

Tasha is a 4 year old female Siberian Husky x German Shepherd who is looking for her forever home. Tasha is vaccinated and micro-chipped. Tasha is fully house-trained. Tasha will cry and pull towards other dogs on walks, but is happy to play once together. Tasha has lived with children and a cat previously. Tasha would suit an experienced new home. Homechecks in progress, click details for updates.

Tasha’s Assessment
●Tasha is not yet neutered, has been microchipped and is fully up to date with his vaccines
●Tasha has no known health issues
●Tasha barks, cries and is destructive when she is left home alone
●Tasha jumps up and is pleased to see you when you arrive home
●Tasha will sometimes follow you when you move to a different room. Tasha behaves very well when you are home
●Tasha will bark loudly when someone knocks at the door or approaches the door
●Tasha behaves well while you prepare her food and will wait patiently
●Tasha eats Langdon’s small tins four times a day
●Tasha is fully house trained
●Tasha has not had formal obedience training, but knows ‘sit’, ‘come here’, ‘stay’, ‘here’, ‘paw’, ‘bark’ and ‘leave it’
●Tasha pulls a lot when he is on the lead
●Tasha cries and pulls towards other dogs when she is on the lead and wants to play
●Tasha has lived with children between 6 and 18 years old
●Tasha has lived with a cat before and was fine with them, she just wanted to play with the cat
●Tasha likes to lie on the window ledge to nosy when her current owners are out
●Tasha has never injured another animal or a human before

●This dog is located in Stockton on Tees, County Durham

~Completed by Kayley

Application Status: Homechecks in Progress

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