Galaxie Monroe

Galaxie Monroe

Dog: Galaxie Monroe

Age: 3-4 years old, estimated dob: 7/22/2020

Weight: 58 lbs

Location: Philadelphia, PA

Nicknames: Gallie

Good with other dogs?: Yes.

Good with cats? Lives with cats in her foster home but is very interested in chasing them.  She would make a cat miserable.

Good with children? Unknown.  Will not be adopted to a home with very small children.  No children under about 10.

Activity Preference: Yes please! Walks, zoomies, exploring the yard, naps.

IQ: average

Favorite Things: Loves to play, go on walks, chew a bone, suck on a blanket or soft toy, lay next to you.

Good at: meeting people, meeting dogs, staying in a crate, behaving in the house, going for car rides, being tolerant of a dog who tries to bully her

Ideal home: fenced yard, an adult home a lot, where she will get lots of exercise

Training Needs: basic training,  She probably never lived in a home before.  Her foster is working with her to learn basic commands.

Health issues: No health issues.

Meet Galexie:

Gallie is a young lady who recently arrived a ABR.  She hasn’t been with us very long and we still getting to know her.  We will update her bio as learn more.
She is such a good girl and a real sweetheart.  Her journey to Philadelphia was a long one with a plane plus lots of driving. When she arrived she was happy and friendly even though she must have been exhausted and confused.  She has been nothing but that same happy, friendly dog.  Gallie is a dainty girl with little girly paws, sparkling black eyes, and fur that is so soft you have to touch it.  She loves to be touching you and gives kisses freely. She is house and crate trained.  Galaxie follows direction… most of the time -nobody is perfect 🙂 – with more consistency and training she will be pretty darn close!  She does great with other dogs and is pretty submissive.  If she were to have a canine companion in her forever home, a male with the same personality would be the best fit to be sure that Galaxie is not bullied.  We will require a fenced yard for her. We are still unsure about cats but will update on that soon.  Because we don’t know for sure, we cannot say she can safely live with small children.  While she didn’t like it she let her foster mom give her a bath, clean her ears, and cut her nails.  That is what we know so far.  Look for updates!

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