Pit Bull Terrier / Mixed (short coat) : : Female (spayed) : : Baby : : Large
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Thyme was surrendered with her mom and 3 other siblings to our rescue. The little family was living in the backyard in their previous home with little human interaction. All 5 of them have come a along ways since joining our rescue and are adjusting nicely in their foster homes. Here are some facts you need to know about Thume to make sure she is the right fit for your family:
> Thyme is great with other dogs, big or small
> Thyme is good with cats but needs to be introduced slowly as she will chase
> Thyme is good with children of all ages as long as they give her space and respect
> Thyme is doing well with potty training
> Thyme is crate trained
> Thyme as learned to walk on a leash
> Thyme enjoys going for walks or just romp around in the backyard with her canine foster siblings Barley and Duncan
> Dog Parks are an absolute NO for her
> Running off leash in an unfenced yard is an absolute NO for her
Thyme is adjusting well in her foster home and has become a happy and outgoing girl.
Thyme opens up and becomes playful when around other dogs so we require that her adoptive home has other playful and well adjusted dogs who can be a role model for Thyme to learn from.
We do not require a fenced yard as long as the adopter can provide sufficient exercise. However, if fenced the fence needs to be a minimum of 5' high as she will be able to jump a lower fence if spooked.
Thyme is an absolute sweetheart and will make a wonderful companion if taken the time to make her understand that this world is not such a scary place afterall. We promise, you will love her!
Here is what her foster mom has to say about her:
Thyme has started coming out of her shell in the past couple of weeks. She plays well with dogs of all sizes. She is very snuggly and she loves to lay next to her canine foster brothers. She also loves to sit with the human family members and snuggle up on their laps. She is rather timid when being introduced to new people, but eventually warms up to them. She has recently exhibited some prey driving chasing the ducks.
She walks pretty good on a leash, but still gets scared about new things or noises while walking. Once her foster mom reassures her she's usually ok. She is also doing really well with potty training. Thyme would do best in a home with other dogs. She is more confident around them.
Mom: Layla, Siblings: Basil, Lavender, Sage
More about Thyme
Good with Dogs, Good with Cats, Good with Kids