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Patti Smith is a 4 1/2 month female Rhodesian Ridgeback cross.
Beautiful caramel coat with a black widows peak hair line. Insane scent instinct. Seeks out anything with an aroma to see if she can eat it. Can find leftover school lunches hidden in schoolbags in record time. She's a very cuddly puppy but this could become a problem since she already weighs 15kg.
Gets on great with her foster carer's Wolfhound and Australian shepherd. Loves to wrestle (and snuggle) with them but isn't particularly interested in chasing a ball. She will entertain herself so we feel that she would be ok as an only dog.
The perfect home for Patti would not have a cluttered kitchen because she will clear it when you're not looking (she can open jars of food that she steals). She needs someone to provide her with positive, reward-based training, good socialisation and consistency. This breed is known for it's agility so perhaps she would be great for agility training.
Sits and shakes on command. Waits for food but still needs work on toilet training - doesn't like getting her feet wet outside. Sleeps 8 hours straight in a crate at night. Doesn't snore at night but she does during the day when sleeping in awkward positions on top of the Wolfhound.
As with all dogs, they will benefit from ongoing training and continued socialisation.