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Kaylie - in Maine!
Posted November 2017
Kaylie is a 7- 8 year old mixed breed dog but you would never believe it, she still has the energy of a young pup! She weighs approx. 70 lbs and was originally a southern belle who arrived in New England back in 2012 after being rescued from a breeding life.
Her current owner is no longer physically able to manage her & therefore Kaylie needs to move on to the next chapter of her life. She absolutely LOVES other dogs and even does well with smaller breeds but because of her size she can be a little much for small dogs. She really is thriving having a playmate of her own size. She is very used to being in doggie day care and thinks there is nothing better than playing all day long & then coming home for a snuggle on the couch! Kaylie loves car rides, and loves to run on trails but could benefit from some training on leash manners. She must be in a home without chickens & she is also questionable with cats so we would recommend a cat free zone for this girl. Although she has not lived with children she has been around many over the years of all ages & had no problems.
Inside she is a very mellow dog, extremely loving and cuddly.
Kaylie has a fenced yard and doesn’t try to go over but if there is even a small opening she will find her way out and go for a joy run.
Kaylie does best in a predictable calm environment; she will get stressed if things get chaotic or change suddenly.
During thunder storms she is so scared, and she takes medication to help her.
Kaylie is the luckiest because she gets to spend some time with our friends at the Brown Dog Inn. She'll be playing with her new dog friends and learning while she is there. The first thing she did when we brought her there was to demonstrate her gate-opening skills. She already is a smart cookie, now we will channel those brains! ; 0 )