1 year old • Female • 18 lbs
Weaver has a tan face, a black coat, and a white muzzle and socks. She has the sweetest face and the softest floppy ears.
Weaver is extremely sweet and gentle, and loves to snuggle and be held on the couch. Even better if you let her sleep on top of you during a movie!
She is extremely timid and shy, but she's slowly getting used to living in her foster home and learning that being indoors with loving people is a great thing. Weaver will probably do best in a quiet home with experienced pet owners and no other dogs. She is also still scared to walk on the leash, so a fenced-in yard would be necessary for her. She'll need firm training and consistent reassurance in order to get comfortable in a new home.
Weaver loves her Kong, peanut butter, and chewing on bullysticks. She hasn't barked yet! She will need her new family to continue to work on potty- and crate- training, but she is already making a lot of progress.
Weaver is getting her rounds of puppy vaccinations and is microchipped.
Weaver came into IAR with her mom and her 5 siblings when their elderly owner was not able to take care of them.
IAR subsidizes post-adoption professional training with Jane Marshall (www.cheerydogs.com) to encourage a life-long and successful bond between the dog and the adopter. Group classes for puppies and adult dogs are provided at a substantial discount to IAR adopters.