Meet Ash - Kitchener
Animal ID 2000046245 
Species Dog 
Breed Mixed Breed, Large (over 44 lbs fully grown) 
Age 4 years 1 month 15 days 
Gender Female 
Size Medium 
Color Black 
Declawed No 
Housetrained Unknown 
Site Kitchener Waterloo Humane Society 
Location Adoption Dogs 
Intake Date 10/13/2023 
Adoption Price $400.00 
Stage Available
Are you looking to add a big cuddle bug to your home? Well meet our girl Ash! Ash believes she is a small lap dog and would love to find a home where she can curl up right next to or on someone she loves. She hasn't quite figured out what toys are yet but we are sure she would love to learn.

~Ash is looking for an active home that can take her on lots of adventures.
~Ash would do best with children that have experience with large dogs
~Ash will need to be signed up for training prior to going home to her furever family

Regularly Exhibited Behaviours Noticed:
- High Energy
- No training
- Jumpy
- Under-Socialized

Explanation of Behaviours:
- Ash does not seem to have any previous training so her new family will have to help her learn all of her basic dog skills and manners.
- Ash will need to be socialized a lot in a proper and safe way to help her be set up for success in her new home. Do not force her into situations but instead encourage her to have a positive experience with new things. Speak further with your positive reinforcement trainer to ensure they are being socialized in all the right ways!
- Ash is high energy and needs plenty of attention, training, exercise and enrichment daily.
- She will need to work on her basic training and manners especially jumping up on people

This dog would benefit from:
- An active home
- Training
- Socializing
- Kids that have lived with large dogs before

Training needs/behaviours that need to be worked with for this dog:
- Basic training
- Basic manners - especially jumping up on people
- Walking on leash
- Socializing

**For more information on any behaviours stated above, please check out our behaviour fact

**Please remember that animals are coming back from foster care to the centres for their meet
and greets. They will be experiencing a new environment and meeting new people, which means
they may not exhibit the same behaviours they did in their foster videos or while in foster care.

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