Sable was a wild child: she’d had NO training but does get along with other dogs and likes people. In fact she craves attention from people. She just didn’t know how to relate to us properly. That’s why she’s here.
Last updated: Sept 12, 2019
- Arrival date: April 29, 2019
- Breed: Feist-hound mix
- Sex: Female
Puppy, Young Adult, Mature, Senior
- Weight: @ 35 Pounds
- Spayed: Yes
- General Health: Excellent,
Good, Fair, Poor
- Temperament: Affectionate, playful, and feisty
- Gets Along with Dogs: Yes
- Gets Along with People: Yes
- Housebroken/Crate Trained: No
- Departure date: Sept. 12th –> S.A.V.E.
Sable came here from another foster situation where she was sharing a kennel with at least two other dogs. They were well cared for, but needed training. Before that, it is my understanding, that she was abandoned with her siblings as puppies.
Detailed update notes on our foster dogs are posted regularly. For a listing of updates that include Sable [click here]. A summation of her progress is included below.
Dog to Dog Behavior
Dog to People Behavior
House Dog Training
In roughly chronological order, newest at the bottom. Click the thumbnails to enlarge. Some pictures are linked to a Doggy Tale or video about Sable, click those to open the related story or video.
Sable can play on her own too. Her favorite game lately is “Kill the Ropey”
After play time sable is eager for some loving and a treat. Mostly the treat, today.
Sable is doing much better at playing with the other dogs. Even Josephine (our smaller beagle) is enjoying rowdy play with Sable now that she has learned to scale her play down so she doesn’t hurt Josie — because if she hurts Josie, Callie rushes in and STOMPS Sable! Callie does not hurt her, but lets her now that she MAY NOT hurt Callie’s friend Josephine.
Sable left us today, headed to New Jersey. She rode well, walked to her crate and went in on command. She tore up her papers spinning around in there, but that’s Sable. She’s a sweet kid, just a little nutso.
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