Bindy 2 year old crossbreed





Bindy is a 2 year old crossbreed who is looking for her forever home. Bindy is good with ok with other dogs on walks but reactive in the home with them and possessive around food. Bindy is lovely with people. Bindy is fully house-trained. Bindy would suit an experienced new home to further her training. Bindy would suit a home where someone is around most of the day. This dog is now reserved, click details for updates.

Bindy's Assessment

● Bindy is a 2 year old female crossbreed
● Bindy is neutered, vaccinated and micro-chipped
● Bindy has an deformed claw that will need removing at a vets
● Bindy has lived with a cat but will chase
● Bindy has lived with children over 10 years
● Bindy will bark cry and can be destructive if left home alone and would suit a home where someone is around most of the day
● Bindy is pleased to see you when you arrive home
● Bindy will sometimes follow you most of the time if you go to another room
● Bindy is calm and quiet around the home.
● Bindy will squeak, howl and pace if the children go outside, but has only been in her foster home a few days, so will need time to settle
● Bindy will calm when reassured and is on her bed
● Bindy is gentle, affectionate and likes to play with her toys
● Bindy has been friendly to people arriving at the front door and doesn't bark
● Bindy is excited when waiting for food, but doesn't bark, she is learning to sit
● Bindy has been fed in the morning and given lots of treats throughout the day to help with her training
● Bindy can be possessive around food, so would be best fed on her own
● Bindy is fully house-trained
● Bindy has had no formal obedience training
● Bindy knows the commands sit, come here (she is learning but does occasionally jump up)
● Bindy hasn't been on a lead before so is learning the basics of wearing a harness
● Bindy would benefit from plenty of time to gain her confidence in a home environment before venturing outside for walks and would be best with very short walks initially to gain confidence
● Bindy has lived with other dogs in her previous home but can be reactive around some dogs and will need to be an only dog in the household.
● Bindy has been used to going out in the garden between 6-10 times daily and is practising with a harness a long lead
● Bindy would benefit from a couple of 30 minute plus walks everyday once she feels more confident
● Bindy has lived with children over 10 years old and loves spending time with them
● Bindy has lived with a cat, but would be best in a cat free home as she chases a lot
● Bindy is a lovely, friendly and bright dog. She still has some puppy like behaviour and will chew if she has the opportunity
● Bindy is learning would benefit from attending a puppy or dog training class
● Bindy has never injured another dog or person

FAQs

● This dog would benefit from further training
● This dog has been vet checked, neutered, vaccinated and micro-chipped
● This dog will need an operation to remove her nail and nail bed. She is currently on loxicom for a 12kg dog
● This dog has lived with cats, but would be best in a cat free home
● This dog has lived with other dogs but will need to be the only dog in the household as she can be reactive towards some other dogs
● This dog would benefit from a home where someone is around most of the day
● This dog has lived with children
● This dog is located in Billingham, County Durham

Application Status: Reserved

This dog has now been reserved and we are no longer accepting applications.

If you have completed a application for this dog and the dog has not been reserved to you, you may wish to select an alternative dog that is waiting for home. You will not need to repeat your application if a homecheck has been completed, you can email to advise you which dog you would like to adopt.

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