#2699 – Breezy

Status:   Adopted

Breezy in her 'fur'-ever home.

Breezy in her 'fur'-ever home, with her new brother Baci!

Status: Adopted
Type: Sable and White Smoothie
Age: 4 Years
Birthday: August 5, 2005
Gender: Female
Spayed/Neutered: Yes
Good with children: YES
Good with other dogs: Yes, both large and small dogs, but she should be introduced to them gradually
Good with cats: Yes, although she likes to follow them and nudge them with her nose
Housebroken: Yes
Foster Location: New Berlin, WI
Adoption requirements:
Available for adoption with an application & home visit. Don't hesitate to complete our adoption application form
Adoption Fee: Click here for fee
Description: You have to assume that making the transition from puppy producer to pampered pet would not be easy, but for this sweet girl it was – dare we say it – a breeze! Learning housetraining – a breeze. Walking on a leash – a breeze. Going for rides in the car – a breeze. Grooming her short, easy care coat – a breeze. Following and nose butting the family cat – a breeze (less so for the cat). Breezy has also learned to handle steps and to sit on command, and she is working on the “lie down” command. She is so eager to learn and please.

Of course even for Breezy, some of the new things she is encountering are a bit overwhelming. Though she likes to play with the other dogs at her foster home, she needed to be introduced to them gradually, so she could learn that they just wanted to have fun, not breed with her. She is still somewhat shy and rarely barks. Loud or strange noises sometimes frighten her and she can be a bit timid when meeting new people, but with a little reassurance she comes around quite quickly.

Breezy is a healthy girl whose recent spay has put her puppy making days behind her. From now on life for Breezy will be all about her. She loves children, and one of her favorite things is to ride with her foster mom when dropping off and picking up the children at school. She likes the other dogs and has fun going for walks on her leash. She is still shy with new people and dogs, but has learned to turn to her foster mom for comfort and reassurance when something new intimidates her.

Breezy is looking for a forever home where her family will understand that though she has adapted unusually well to her new life, she will still need lots of patience, love and reassurance to continue to grow into the confident girl that she is determined to become. Her new home could include other dogs as long as she is introduced to them gradually or she would also be happy as an only dog. She would enjoy having children to play with or cats to nuzzle and annoy. Most importantly, Breezy is just looking for someone to nurture and love her, and with such a sweet little girl, that should be a breeze!