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Abbey is very relaxed and not easily spooked - she has a lot of self-confidence and she loves everybody and loves the car however, she gets over excited in large crowds.
She likes walks now that her leg is fixed and she is easy to walk with a Halti style of lead, as she is a strong girl!
She is very good-natured and affectionate towards people.
Abbey loves the company of other dogs and has shared a house with a dog before. She is a dominant female by nature.
A home without cats or small animals would be best.
Abbey needs to further improve her manners but she is not hard to train as she responds well to positive reinforcement and food. She will push the boundaries!!
Even though Abbey loves being inside, she understands what a kennel is and will sleep outside.
While she loves having people around, she is equally content on her own and does not need someone with her all day.
Abbey would suit a single person or adult household even one where there is no one around during the day. She would also be a great family dog but with school age children, as she is a very solid and could unintentionally bowl over smaller children or lick them tirelessly.
Abbey has had left hind leg surgery so please read her medical notes.
Please complete an adoption interest form at www.startingoverdogrescue.org.au and come and visit Abbey.
She is located in Bayswater.
Abbey had surgery to her left hind knee on the 1st September 2014.
She has been recovering very well and has gone from a dog who didn't want to go for a walk to one that loves her walks.
She has a second follow up appointment in the next week and the carer will be advised when her knee is ready for off lead play hence her new home allocation will be based on that.