4 month old • Female • 20 lbs
Little Eno has short black/brown fur all over her head and the rest of her body is black and white. She still has a bit of growing to do.
Little Eno is a very sweet, affectionate, energetic, and curious puppy. Given her energy level, she needs a home where people are active and a fenced yard for her to explore and run around. Although not a must, a home with another gentle, playful dog who can show her the ropes would be nice.
As Eno can get a little too excited during play and be jumpy, we are not accepting applicants with children. She needs a household of adults who have had a puppy before, understand puppies, know how important routine and training are to a growing pup, and are willing to continue to put in the time and effort that she needs.
She is crate-trained and sleeps in the crate through the night without a peep. She is good on leash. She is making great progress in potty training but will need her forever family to continue with her training.
Eno loves to prance around the house and fenced yard. She absolutely adores her toys—the squeakier, the better! She especially loves to play tug-of-war and fetch. Although Eno may be a little shy at first, she warms up quite easily. She is very responsive to training and really enjoys learning new things. Eno has done well with all the dogs she has met and takes direction from her foster brother really well!
Although currently going through a typical puppy phase of mouthy behaviors, Eno can be easily redirected to chew toys.
Little Eno is spayed and up-to-date on all vaccinations.
Little Eno was found as a stray in a rural county.
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.