Available for Adoption
Pet ID # 23-0316
About Betty Burrito
- DOB: 5/1/2018
- Weight: 40.0 Pounds
- Physical Fence Required: Not Required
- Housetrained: Yes
- Obedience Training Needed: Needs Training
- Exercise Needs: Low
- Shedding Amount: Moderate
- Grooming Needs: Low
- Owner Experience Needed: Breed
- Reaction to New People: Friendly
- Activity level: Slightly Active
- Requires Another Dog in the Home?: Yes
- Good with Other Dogs?: Yes
- Good with Cats?: No
- Good with Kids?: No
- Good with Dogs
- Older/ considerate kids only
- Needs a companion animal
More about Betty Burrito
- Is not Vocal
- Requires a yard
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- DO B: 05/01/2018
- Requires another dog in home: Yes, a social and confident dog
- Okay with dogs of all sizes: Yes
- Okay with cats: Unknown
- Okay with children under 12 years old: Unknown
- Weight: 43 lbs
- Requires a fenced yard: Yes, needs a fenced yard
- Note: dogs must always be leashed whenever outside of a contained area. Invisible/ underground fencing is not recommended for most rescue dogs.
I am pretty proud of myself! I’ve come a long way since I first came here and I’ve learned so much thanks to the other dogs in my foster home, so I do require a social and confident dog in my forever home. That will help me gain confidence, get on a routine and learn all the important dog things! It does take me a while to warm up to both people and new dogs, but once I do, I am less afraid.
My people are working with me on my dog skills. We started practicing walking on a leash and I freeze! But if you promise to keep practicing with me, I don’t need a fenced yard in my forever home. I am hoping you have patience while we both learn what works best for me and you. We are also working on my potty skills. I know I supposed to go outside but get a little worried, so foster mom carries me out the door and sometimes has to carry me back inside. Sometimes I get worried and do a little tinkle inside the house when I’m excited, this includes little accidents in the kennel too. I am trying my best to be brave, and I know in a calm home and full of patience we can practice together.
Everyday I am blossoming a bit more – I recently started showing interest in dog toys and foster mom was so excited! I have also started to wander around the house and not hide in my kennel. Foster mom used to have to coax me to into other areas of the house, but I am gaining some confidence by following the other dogs around.
I am a timid but happy girl and would thrive in a home that has the patience to help me learn how to be the best dog I can be. My ideal forever home will be able to provide a safe space for me, has experience with shy dogs and loads of unconditional love! It may take a while, but I promise if you try your best I will too!