Ivy is a 9 month old female Pug x Beagle 😀
Ivy is a robust, healthy little dog with a playful spirit, a sense of humour and a desire to please. She is a curious little explorer, and very devoted and affectionate to her human family.
Ivy’s temperament includes some common traits of Beagles and Pugs. Pugs are affectionately referred to as “little shadows” because of how much they love their owners. Perky and playful, the Pug has boundless energy and loves to meet and greet whenever possible. Mix that with the Beagle, a scent hound that is loyal and loving. Ever cheerful and responsive, this breed makes a fine companion for the whole family, especially children. Easy to care for and more than friendly, the Beagle travels well and enjoys meeting others. She is also a chowhound, no way around that one.
Ivy will need help with house training and should be supervised with children less than 5 years of age until she grows out of the puppy stage. Older children love her. New owners will need to take the time and trouble to get into a good routine with consistency, patience, and positive reinforcement. Ivy’s previous living conditions were as an outside dog; she needs help to break old habits in order to establish more desirable ones.
Ivy engages well with her carer, responds to her name and other verbal cues like, “Come in,” or “Eh, eh, stop that.” She will sit and stay if told to when a door is opened. She takes treats gently from your hand. Ivy gets along really well with carer’s dog, normal mild competition and no food aggression. She is curious and forward with cats, not vicious. She is grateful to sleep on the bed and on the dog bed or couch when her humans are sitting around. She is loving, enjoys attention, enthusiastic but not rough.
Ivy comes with an adoption fee of $500, she is desexed, had her first vaccination, she is microchipped and flea/worm treated.
She is now located in Banksia Park 5091.
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