Selma arrives toting a reputation for being destructive and noisy due to separation anxiety.
Last updated: March 6, 2019
- Arrival date: Jan. 21, 2019
- Breed: Mountain Cur?
- Sex: Female
Young, Adult, Mature, Senior
- Weight: @ 40 Pounds
- Spayed: Yes
- General Health: Excellent,
Good, Fair, Poor
- Temperament: Playful, needy.
- Gets Along with Dogs: Yes
- Gets Along with People: Yes
- Housebroken/Crate Trained: Yes
- Departure date: Undetermined
Detailed update notes on our foster dogs are posted regularly. For a listing of updates that include Selma [click here]. A summation is included below.
Dog to Dog Behavior
- Relates well to other dogs: Yes
- Can eat food/treats near other dogs
Dog to People Behavior
- Is affectionate: Yes
- Jumps up on people: No
- Mouths: No
- Walks well on a leash: No
House Dog Training
- Willingly enters her crate: Yes (with a bribe)
- Is calm/quiet while in crate: Yes
- Understands going outside to potty
- Alerts me of need to go outside
- Is destructive of bedding
Not if a toy is provided to destroy instead. She loves a plush rope.
- Refrains from kitchen counter cruising: No
- Stays off people furniture: No
- Comes when called: Yes
- Sits on command: Yes
- Down / Off: Yes
- Shake / Paw: No
- Crates on command: Yes
- DA2PP: date (by)
- Bordatella: date (by)
- Wormed: date, product: dose (by)
- Rabies: date (by)
- Spay/Neuter: date (by)
- Heartworm Test/Treatment: dates – result (by)
- Flea/Tick preventative: dates, product, dose
- Heartworm prev.: (PMFC)
Feb 9th, HeartGard +, 50#
In roughly chronological order, newest at the bottom. Click the thumbnails to enlarge. Some pictures are linked to a Doggy Tale or video about Selma, click those to open the related story or video.
*CAN* be calm in her crate if she’s not alone.
Who’s a pretty girl?
Her new friend, Rebel, helping her settle in.
Selma has an admirer (video)
Doing MUCH better with the separation anxiety.
Rebel & Selma’s 1st play time together (story/vid)
Being goofy with Rebel
Hello there, Mr. Beagle.
Selma and Separation Anxiety (notes page).
Free-range, but prefers her “room”
Even in 22° she prefers the outdoors – for a while.
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