Quinn – ADOPTED!

Quinn - ADOPTED!

Age: 7 monthsWeight: 90 lbsLocation: Baltimore, MD Nicknames: Quinny, QGood with other dogs?: Yes.Quinn is somewhat reserved, but is very easy going and gets along well with other dogs. She is a bit timid and will bark when seeing other dogs on the leash, but is not aggressive. She has spent all of her puppyhood living with another dog. She previously lived with a male english mastiff and now has an male american bulldog foster brother. Good with cats? unknown, will not be adopted to a home with a catGood with children? older polite children.Activity Preference: Needs in-house activities, Low maintenance overall but needs quality outside time., Will go with the flowIQ: SmartQuinn’s favorite things: Quinn is an easy girl that is happy to chew quietly on a rope toy, antler, or nylabone. She is an independent girl that is happy to chase and play with the ball outside by herself. She wants desperately to play with her foster brother, but he is wild and a bit too much for her. She will run around for a minute then run to the back door.

Quinn is a very friendly girl and loves attention. She will be your shadow and constantly beg for belly rubs.

Quinn is good at: meeting people, meeting dogs, behaving in the house, going for car rides, making me feel safe, walking on a leash, cuddling, playing, following commandsIdeal home: A male dog, a fenced yardTraining Needs: Quinn knows basic commands, but an obedience group class would help with her socializationHealth issues: No health issues.

Meet Quinn:

This little lady at 90 pounds came to rescue as an owner surrender after the resident intact male dog started displaying behavioral changes. She is sweet as can be and so personable. Fully house trained and not destructive at all, this couch potato is a dream to have around. She listens well and knows basic commands like sit and down. Quinn would do best in a home with another dog that matches her laid back, relaxed energy. She loves toys and wants to play, but it is a very calm type of play (unlike her wild child foster brother).

Quinn needs some more socialization and exposure to the outside world. She is very timid when meeting new people, particularly men and usually has a nervous pee when touched the first time when meeting men. She warms up immediately and is eager to meet new people despite being a little unsure. Quinn does like walks, but prefers her foster brother to join her for a confidence boost. She does great in the car and will be a great companion that can accompany you on your dog friendly outings. She recently hung out for over an hour while her foster mom shopped and chatted in the local saddlery shop.

Quinn will be spayed soon and will then be ready for adoption.