located in Calgary
Photos courtesy of K:10 Photography
Hello hoo-mans! My name is March, but you can call me Missy. I’m a spunky, fun, and affectionate young lady that you absolutely have to meet RIGHT MEOW! Wait?! Was the a cat?! Bark bark bark! Okay, so I like some cats, but only the dog savvy ones, k?
I love walks, playing with balls, belly rubs, cuddling, and meeting new people. I am quite the socialite and adventurer! Car rides are fun too – it usually means you’re taking me somewhere AWESOME. Mum is always telling me how darn smart I am. I get straight A’s every time she teaches me something new, and I have a whole whack of tricks up my sleeve. To start with, I am house trained and crate trained, and if you want to see what else I can do you’ll just have to come and meet me! PLEASE COME MEET ME, I LOVE YOU!
I live with a couple of other dogs right now, and I think they are just great. Meeting new dogs can be scary for me though, especially if they are too in my face. I need them to respect my space, and let me get to know them slowly please. And I guess sometimes I do bark at dogs when on walks, but I’m working on it! My foster parents say that I’ll need someone to help me gain confidence around other dogs. I think that I would quite like to go to training classes. At least, mum says I would really benefit from working with a trainer, and I guess that sounds okay if it means I get to meet even more people! I even like little people, but not too little. 10 and over please and thanks! I’m not always so good at sharing my people or my food, but I’m learning daily! Oh, and my gosh guys, in June something REALLY SCARY happened. Mum says I went for something called F..H..O surgery for my fractured hip, but don’t worry – that hasn’t slowed me down any! Mum has helped me heal with at-home rehab and she gives me some kind of supplement thingy that she says I should be on for life. But ANYWAY, I’m still active, and really enjoy my walks and play time with my fur siblings.
I so want to find my forever home – a family to call my own that will give me daily cuddles, and just take the very best care of me. Don’t hesitate, apply right meow! WOOF! There’s that darn cat again!
Good with Cats?
Limited interaction, but dog savvy cats recommended.
Good with Dogs?
March is dog selective, and can be reactive to other dogs when out on walks. She would do best in a home as the only dog, or with a polite dog.
Good with Kids?
Only tested with Kids Over 8 Years
Does this Animal have Special Needs?
Yes, Medical Special Needs
She is on a glucosamine supplement.