Eira D6605 (Luna)


Eira D6605 (Luna)

Eira (means snow in Welsh) was an urgent rescue from a city shelter. She was a little timid but very sweet. She did great during her transport and was quiet in crate. Eira did fine at our vet with her exam, vaccinations, ID chip and bath (was dirty with fleas). She met the vet office cat and was curious, gentle, and sniffed. Once she was out with her foster home, she was happy, cuddly and very friendly. Eira is beautiful.  More info. to come as she learns and relaxes at her foster home. New photos to come.

Update from Foster Home: Eira is a special girl! She doesn't know any commands yet. I've been working with her on the basics this weekend, but we're really starting from scratch. She is not potty trained yet either, but she does fine as long as we take her out very frequently. Similarly, she's still learning how to walk on a leash. She hasn't been pulling so far, but I think she's still building confidence out and about. She loves our dogs, plays very well, and does well with our cats. She's submissive to both of our dogs and rolls over pretty readily, even though one is smaller than her. She's very food-motivated and overall pretty quiet for a pup. She doesn't bark when someone comes to the door, even when the other dogs do. She's very affectionate and always has a smile.

9/27 Update: She is medium energy. She has a very gentle, sweet, kind of goofy demeanor. We have an almost 1 year-old high energy shepherd-husky mix and Eira gets along well with her. Eira is definitely more of a submissive dog. She doesn't seem irritated with our pup's high energy. She tries to mimic our dog, but she's not as coordinated yet. We also have a two year-old male, about 30 lbs, who is more of a middle energy level dog. Eira isn't bothered by him, either. They all get along pretty well and she seems happy to be part of a pack. When she's tired she goes and lays in her crate. I don't feed them at mealtimes together, so I couldn't say if she gets food possessive, but she is rather gluttonous. I recommend a slow-feed bowl. She is selective about toys. I haven't seen her get possessive though. We've taken her to puppy social and she did well with all of the dogs there. She's also been to doggie daycare and I haven't heard anything about her reacting badly with other dogs or over toys. I do think she gets put with lower energy dogs while she's there.

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Details of Eira D6605 (Luna)

Name: Eira D6605 (Luna)
Type: Dog
Gender: Female
Breed: German Shepherd
Age: 1 year 6 months
Color: White
Size: 39 lbs.
House trained: Yes

Shots Current: Yes
Spayed/Neutered: Yes
Special Needs: No
Good with Dogs: Yes
Good with Cats: Yes
Host: Furry Friends Rescue
Organization: Furry Friends Rescue
Date Added: 9/13/19


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