Lita

  • AARCS ID# A34236446
  • Female
  • Breed: German Shepherd/Mixed
  • Dog
  • Est. DOB: 12/16/2015
  • Size: Medium

  • IMPORTANT NOTICE:

    This animal is currently an Animal in Care with AARCS and is not available for adoption at this time. Please note that applications will NOT be accepted for this animal until they are posted as available on our Adoptable Animals page. Our website is updated daily so please keep checking back on their progress and availability. Thank you for choosing to rescue!



    Story

    Lita is nearly full grown at the age of ~1 year and currently weighs 40 lbs. She is a playful and happy girl who likes to wrestle with her foster siblings and take naps on the couch with her foster parents.

    Lita would love to have an active family with a confident dog sibling who could show her the ropes. She has plenty of energy and likes to run and wrestle, so a playful dog in the house is a must. She has not met any children yet, but her cautious nature may suggest that older children who can patiently get to know her would be best. Lita likes to chase the cats in her foster home, so a cat free house is recommended.

    Lita loves treats and learns new things very quickly. She would benefit from training classes with her new owners to help her build her confidence and bond with her humans. She is crate trained and goes in at bedtime with a little treat as incentive, and sleeps through the night. Lita loves getting a Kong-type toy inside her crate when her humans leave the house. As she is still young, she can get into a bit of mischief if left to her own devices!

    If you would like to meet Lita and give her a furever home, submit your application now!

    • AARCS_cat
      Good with Cats?
      NO CATS PLEASE!
    • AARCS_dog
      Good with Dogs?
      Yes, Good with Dogs
    • AARCS_KidTested
      Good with Kids?
      Not tested with Kids
    • AARCS_SpecialNeeds
      Does this Animal have Special Needs?
      Yes, Behavioral Needs

      Lita needs to build confidence and get used to being handled by humans.