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Frida

Staffordshire Bull Terrier
2 years
Female
Admitted November 2021
My training needs
Ongoing support

She is receiving ongoing distraction training around other dogs. She will become reactive if they get too close. Frida also needs gentle and slow introductions to strangers. She is responding well to all her training and we will demonstrate what we have started.

Support and Health

How much training will I need?

Ongoing support

She is receiving ongoing distraction training around other dogs. She will become reactive if they get too close. Frida also needs gentle and slow introductions to strangers. She is responding well to all her training and we will demonstrate what we have started.

Can I be left alone?

Yes

Up to 4 hours once settled into her new home

Do I have any medical conditions?

None

Who I can live with

Can I live with dogs?

No

Can I live with cats?

No

Can I live with small pets?

No

Additional information

Family and environment

What kind of family am I looking for?

Frida can be both wary and over the top when she's meeting new people. She's conflicted and anxious in her approach and needs time to feel comfortable and to make new friends. She would like to live in an adult only home with minimal visitors and no young visiting children. She has bundles of energy and is looking for a family who are training minded and can keep up with her.

What type of environment would suit me?

Frida should ideally be walked and live in a quiet area away from busy town centres and in areas where she will not see many dogs, especially those that can run up to her off lead. She will need her own private, 6ft fenced garden to let off some steam.

Things to note

Frida is a real sweetie once you have grown close to her and she trusts you. She is extremely bright and quick to learn. She loves to play, especially fetch and "find it" games. Frida can get overexcited at times and does need to learn a few manners. Although her training will be ongoing, it will be very rewarding as you progress; learning and growing as a family.

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