Hi! My name is Rasinets and I’m part of the Candy transport. I am a super sweet girl who knows all of my commands. I listen like a good girl. I want to make you proud.
I’m guessed to be a Lab/Staffordshire mix and estimated to be about 1.5 years old. I currently weigh about 65lbs.
I am crate trained and low maintenance at my foster home, and I've learned potty training while in foster care.
One of my favorite activities is running around in the backyard with my foster brothers and sisters, chasing after squirrels and bunnies, and also enjoying belly scratches! I am a snuggler! My foster mom says I give the best snuggles.
Something you should know about me is that I have serious hops! I prefer a forever home with a fenced backyard that is high enough (more then 5 ft) so that I can’t jump over it for my safety. My foster mom has a 4 1/2 foot fence that I clear! So I will need something taller. If no fence that’s fine too, because I love taking walks! I feel like it is my job to protect my home. If you have guests, I need to be introduced to them on a leash or I need to be in my crate at first then released after guests are in home and things have calmed down. . I love people and I am the perfect family dog.
I really enjoy car rides and walks. I am good on my leash when we go on walks. I play great with all dogs! I am neutral at dominance. I understand when dog doesn’t want to be messed with and am sweet as pie. I love playing fetch with my ball and playing with all toys. I’m perfectly happy to hang out at home with you and get scratches and rubs. I like cats, I actually would prefer if the kitty would like me too. But am fine it’d not. I’m patient.
I can be a little bit shy when you first meet me. If you are an experienced dog owner and want a great friend, give me a little time to warm up, and we will be a great match!
This dog's bio is based off the experiences of the foster and/or volunteers of OPH as well as any information that we received from the shelter or previous owner. This is very important because it means that while they may act one way in the foster’s home, you may experience something different in your home.