Photos courtesy of Wild at Heart Photography
Sidney is an energetic girl who loves to run and play, but is also happy to hang out at home and play with her toys. Sidney would do great in an active home as she has a ton of energy and loves getting out for a long walk/run whenever she can!
The lucky family who adopts Sidney must be patient and willing to continue working with her on her obedience training by attending classes to help her become a well-mannered dog. She is not aggressive, but sometimes her over excited behaviour gives that impression, which is why she is working hard on her manners and should continue to do so. She’s an intelligent girl and a very quick learner, so won’t take long to catch on to new things.
She normally doesn’t pull on the leash except when there are other dogs around that she wants to play with and can get a bit excited. She loves making new doggy friends on her walks and interacts well with the others when she gets the chance. She hasn’t interacted with any cats yet, but may be mistake them for squirrels that she likes to chase, so it may be best that she lives in a home without other small creatures. She also loves to meet new people, but sometimes needs to be reminded that not every person who she meets is as excited to meet her. Sidney hasn’t had any interactions with small children yet, but could do well in a home with them as long as she remembers to be gentle.
She is house trained and very good at waiting until she is let out before doing her business. She hasn’t learned how to ask to go out, but regular walks and time outside have been more than enough for her so far and hasn’t had any accidents inside.
Sidney loves to spend time with people and gets a little sad when you have to leave her at home alone, but leaving a treat or toy to play with helps to entertain her while you’re away and she’s learning quickly that you will come back.
Sidney will wiggle her way into your heart and make a great addition to the right family. Are you her furever home?
Good with Cats?
Not tested with Cats
Good with Dogs?
Yes, Good with Dogs
Good with Kids?
Not tested with Kids
Does this Animal have Special Needs?