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Diamond is very smart, trainable, and incredibly sweet dog. In our home, she knows how to sit, stay, and catch on command. She is house trained, sleeps on her own, friendly to all visitors, and rarely barks (three times in the last 3 weeks). She loves cuddling and has not shown any aversion to touching any parts of her body. She has been left home alone for up to 5 hours without any undesirable behaviors or messes.
Ideally, Diamond needs two to three walks a day and has no problem keeping up with an adult running at a moderate pace. She handles car rides very well and loves being a backseat copilot. Diamond is working on not jumping up on humans and staying off the furniture. She just wants to be as close to humans as possible, therefore can't help herself.

All About Me!

Location Ozaukee Campus
Color White | Black
Age 3 years, 2 months
Sex Female
Spayed Yes
Weight 50 pounds
Guest Number 51827263
Adoption Price $249.00

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Every animal is an individual and WHS works hard to make great matches for our animals and adopters.  Some animals may have placement restrictions or requirements established by WHS based on shelter observations and previous home histories.  When meeting with your adoption counselor, they review each animal’s medical, behavior, and placement needs with you to help you find an animal who is compatible with your home environment and your lifestyle.  There are no time limits at WHS, all animals in adoption have as long as it takes to find a new loving home.  Stop in and speak with our adoption counseling team today – we look forward to meeting with you.

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