ID Number: 5433
Breed: Labrador Retriever / Boxer / Mixed (short coat)
Age: 11 Months (Birthdate: 11/28/2019)
Size: 40.0 lbs. (Medium)
Other: Spayed, Vaccinations current, Microchip
Exercise: Moderate Exercise Needed
Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor Only
Dog Friendly: Yes
Adoption Fee: $200
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Learn More About Doja
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Size: (Once fully grown) ~Medium range: 26-60 lbs
Adoption Donation: $200 (applicable sales tax included). Adoption fees may be paid by cash or check.
Other: Spayed Female, Vaccinations current, Microchip, Not apartment-friendly, Older considerate children only
Doja would love to be a permanent fixture in your house.
Foster Home Feedback
* Doja needs to go to a home with another dog – she needs a dog buddy to help her feel comfortable and confident!
11/8/2020: Doja, or Doja Dog as we affectionately call her, is an energetic, sweet, playful, but also shy and timid girl.
Timid by nature, it takes a while for her to really warm up to new faces. But once she does, she is a non-stop cuddler. Doja will thrive in a home with one or more dogs. She does best when she has a doggy-role model to learn from. Due to her timid nature, she can be jumpy with sounds and would do best in a home.
Doja does not like to be picked up and does not like loud speaking or shouting. For this reason, a home without small kids would be best.
Doja loves to play and is fast friends with every dog she’s met. She spends most moments in our home zooming around the backyard and playing with our dogs. In her downtime, she cuddles with us on the couch (and believe me, she’s a great cuddler!).
Given time, patience, and a little understanding, Doja would make a great addition to your family.
10/31/2020 Volunteer Feedback: We had the pleasure of dog-sitting Doja for the past two weeks and she was a delight to have in our home! It took her a day or two to warm up to us and our other dogs but after that, she was ready to play.
She greatly enjoyed playing with all three of the dogs in our house. Doja loved to chase and wrestle a little bit. She also enjoyed playing with toys while she was with us. Doja did fine with our cat as well. She was interested in her but usually just gave her space
Doja is potty and crate trained and did extremely well with both. She whines when she needed to go outside for the bathroom. Doja loved sitting on the couch with us and the other dogs and would get a little stressed if someone else was sitting in “her spot” but would then go lay in her kennel.
Doja slept in her crate with the door open in our bedroom. If someone got up for some reason she would follow and then want to wander around the house a bit but Doja was easily redirected to go lay back down.
She was not a huge fan of a 2-year old child that was in our home for a little while. She growled a little as a warning to stay away but stayed on the couch and made no aggressive movements. I think Doja would prefer a home with no young children
Doja was wonderful to have and will do great in any home with other dogs for her to look up to.