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Monday, April 16, 2012

Jasmine

Jasmine
#4120

September 18, 2012: Jasmine has an approved family and will be joining them next week.

Hi folks! My name is Jasmine and I'm looking for a great new family. I came to the Newfie folk on April 12 with my brother Duke after our owner's living arrangement changed.
Check out my cute little tongue sticking out

Hmmmm, let's see, what can I tell you about myself? I was born on January 12, 2007 so that makes me 5 years old. I'm spayed, weigh 100 lbs and am up to date on my vaccines. I love people and am very affectionate and happy. I love snuggles and leaning right into my peeps. I listen extremely well and know lots of commands. I know sit, down, come, wait, stay and I walk perfect on leash. I don't pull in the slightest, I just walk calmly right beside. I'm told this is a very desirable skill for a big dog to have!


In the house I am really calm, preferring to lounge around and nap throughout the day. I would prefer to join a house where someone is home most of the day because I can get anxious when left alone. I don't wreck anything, I just bark for a bit then settle down. I guess I just really like to be with my people; laying at their feet being an awesome foot warmer, helping them cook, playing.... you know... regular dog stuff. I did live with children previously so could join a family with dog savvy kids.



One thing important to know about me... even though I lived with my brother Duke I'd prefer to be the only animal in a household because I need work on interacting with new/other dogs (though I could live with a mellow non-dominant male dog). In foster care I am learning how to greet other dogs nicely while on walks and so far I'm doing pretty good though I do need verbal corrections at times to keep me focused. My foster Mom says I'm not terrible, I just need to be reminded that my handler is the one in control, not me. I don't always know how to react to new dogs so the dog park is too overwhelming for me - I'd prefer to get my exercise by taking long leashed walks or playing in the yard with my family. I'm not a total lunatic. I just need an experienced owner to take the time to work with me by showing me the proper behaviour and then practice, practice, practice... makes perfect. As I said, I do listen REALLY well and love people. Foster Mom says this makes me easy to work with. I guess, all I know is I love when she tells me I'm a good girl. Music to my ears!!

Check me out playing and having a blast with my foster Dad. Look how happy I am, that toy is awesome! My exercise needs are minimal as I'm not a young pup but a calm middle aged lady. I love to zoom around outside in the yard, acting silly, then I'm happy as a clam to lay around inside snoozing. A perfect companion!




Sitting pretty
Jasmine on intake before many hours of grooming
So if you're looking for an obedient, friendly, trained big beautiful Newfie girl to chill with, I could be just the gal for you. Newfie folk said they would like a dog experienced person to adopt me so I could continue to work on my doggie skills. Also, I chase cats, thought I should mention that. :oP

Jasmine is being fostered in the Lindsay, ON area and her adoptive family will be required to pick her up in person. An adoption donation of $500 applies.

If you would like to be considered for adopting her please complete our adoption application to begin the screening process.