Nevada - 20035793

Location: White Plains, New York
Color: Orange and White
Birthdate: August 16, 2022 - Estimated
Age: 1 Year, 9 Month
Gender: Spayed Female

  • Crate Trained
  • Needs Fenced in Yard

Adopted!!!

***We will not be transporting Nevada. A meet and greet is required***Meet NevadaNevada is an extremely sweet little girl, a little timid, but warms up quickly to anyone who gives her a little love.She likes to be with her people and will go wherever you go around the house.If you sit in the yard she will do her Britt thing sniffing everything and running around but will eventually sit down with you and bask in the sun.In the house she will sit on the sofa and chill with you or play with a toy or chew stick.She is crate trained, she likes to sleep in her crate at night and will usually go right into it at bedtime.She sleeps through the night and gets up when you do.She is almost house trained, she knows to go outside but has not figured out how to tell you when she has to go and might sneak off and do her business in the house if not watched.She is very smart and I believe whatever you focus on she will learn.Nevada is good in a car, She is OK on a leash, pulls a bit but not too bad for Brittany.In a fenced yard she usually comes when called even if she is distracted.A fenced yard is required as if she gets spooked by something she might run off.Nevada is a bit underweight. She weighs 22 pounds and probably should be closer to 30 lb, and we have been working with her to slowly gain weight. She is a picky eater and because she is underweight I have tried different foods to get her to eat.I think this will get better as she gains weight and gets into a routine.She is up to date on her shots, heartworm negative and is on heartworm and flea and tick preventative pills, microchipped and spayed.Nevada would do better in a home with NO small children. She is good with other dogs and would be OK in a home as an only dog or with a furry sibling who is not too overbearing. A high energy overly playful dog might be too much for her. Nevada as well needs a home with No Cats.A rescue in NY pulled her, along with her littermates, but asked ABR to help with Nevada.In order to be considered for Nevada you must fill out the adoption application.

Nevada - 20035793

Location: White Plains, New York
Color: Orange and White
Birthdate: August 16, 2022 - Estimated
Age: 1 Year, 9 Month
Gender: Spayed Female

  • Crate Trained
  • Needs Fenced in Yard

Adopted!!!

***We will not be transporting Nevada. A meet and greet is required***Meet NevadaNevada is an extremely sweet little girl, a little timid, but warms up quickly to anyone who gives her a little love.She likes to be with her people and will go wherever you go around the house.If you sit in the yard she will do her Britt thing sniffing everything and running around but will eventually sit down with you and bask in the sun.In the house she will sit on the sofa and chill with you or play with a toy or chew stick.She is crate trained, she likes to sleep in her crate at night and will usually go right into it at bedtime.She sleeps through the night and gets up when you do.She is almost house trained, she knows to go outside but has not figured out how to tell you when she has to go and might sneak off and do her business in the house if not watched.She is very smart and I believe whatever you focus on she will learn.Nevada is good in a car, She is OK on a leash, pulls a bit but not too bad for Brittany.In a fenced yard she usually comes when called even if she is distracted.A fenced yard is required as if she gets spooked by something she might run off.Nevada is a bit underweight. She weighs 22 pounds and probably should be closer to 30 lb, and we have been working with her to slowly gain weight. She is a picky eater and because she is underweight I have tried different foods to get her to eat.I think this will get better as she gains weight and gets into a routine.She is up to date on her shots, heartworm negative and is on heartworm and flea and tick preventative pills, microchipped and spayed.Nevada would do better in a home with NO small children. She is good with other dogs and would be OK in a home as an only dog or with a furry sibling who is not too overbearing. A high energy overly playful dog might be too much for her. Nevada as well needs a home with No Cats.A rescue in NY pulled her, along with her littermates, but asked ABR to help with Nevada.In order to be considered for Nevada you must fill out the adoption application.