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Adopt Ginny

Girl • 7 years old • Pisces • Black • 12kg • Mixed

I'm adopted. Please choose another dog.

My story

My story

Ginny is a small, introverted and adorable dog, and his greatest strength is to be quiet and well-behaved! Maybe years of shelter life have made Ginny insecure about the outside world, and it also makes Ginny want to hide herself from all the strange stimuli at any time. In August 2023, the PACK Taiwan evaluators met Ginny for the first time at the Sanzhi Animal Shelter, with her small body and big watery eyes, and she obediently cooperated with all the evaluation items. We believe that dogs of different personalities have the most suitable family, Ginny is not noisy and cares taking and is good at companionship, he needs a gentle and patient owner to lead him to open his heart!

Ginny

Personality

Ginny is a very nervous and delicate child, much like a family elf, and it will take him some time to adapt to the new environment. He eats things very gently, gently and softly, and he likes to be touched. Sudden sounds can be startled, and bowel movements are easy to defecate when encountering extreme fear or nervousness.

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Energy Levels

Ginny likes a safe corner where she can spend all day in a comfortable bed doing nothing.

RELAXED ACTIVE

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Temperament

Ginny is very introverted, gentle touching of her can ease her nervousness, and she prefers to be in peace.

SHY SOCIAL

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Role

Ginny doesn't want to know anything new, she just wants to hide, but she can accept her master's guidance to do anything.

FOLLOWER LEADER

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Adaptability

To make Ginny feel at home requires a long and patient company.

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Medical History

My health has been checked:

  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Microchipped
  • Vaccinated
  • Regular Worming Treatment

There are no other medical problems at the moment
My Behavior

My Behavior

It took about four days after Ginny arrived in her new environment before she could relieve herself. After that, she could go to the toilet almost every day, but she mostly chose to relieve herself around his den in the middle of the night. Currently, the family has not shown any food-protective behavior, but he occasionally bites the diaper and has never heard him bark. Currently, he gets along well with other dogs and interacts well. Occasionally, he will sniff and wag his tail to express his goodwill when encountering a dog that he is interested in.

My Behavior

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Tolerance Levels

At PACK Academy, we socialize our dogs by exposing them to different stimuli and recording their tolerance levels for each one. These oservations help us understand the dogs better, which then helps us find suitable homes for them.

Strangers

Being more wary of strangers' actions will show a little nervousness, and gentle and gentle can reduce tension.

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Dogs

At present, the interaction with the dogs is good, and occasionally the interested dogs will hear and wagging their tails to show goodwill

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Cats

Seeing cats usually doesn't react.

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Kids

The performance is tense and retracts, but it is acceptable to be touched

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Noise

The sudden sound will be shocked

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Touch

I like to be touched, and my movements should be soft and soft!

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Behavior observations

There are some common behavior issues that we see in dogs who have spent a significant amount of time in a shelter. We assess our dogs for these behaviors and provide training plans for adopters to help manage them.

Barking

Ginny barely barks.

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Separation Anxiety

Ginny didn't get out of her mind.

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Aggression

Ginny was not aggressive.

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Resource Guarding

Ginny does not care about people, and has been observed to bark when other dogs approach the bowl when they eat a meal, but it has not been observed to happen again.

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Destructive Chewing

Ginny had bitten into diapers and plastic bags

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Obedience Training

Obedience training is critical for nurturing healthy dog-human relationships and having a well-behaving dog. Our dogs receive basic training at PACK Academy, which provides a foundation for communication between dog and human.

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Name

Ginny understood the name.

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Yes & No

Ginny understands Yes and No.

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Potty Trained

It took about four days for Ginny to relieve herself in her new environment. After that, she could go to the toilet almost every day, but she mostly chose to relieve herself around him in the middle of the night. Now I use a diaper pad to go to the toilet, but Ginny loves to be clean (probably to avoid leaving a smell) and needs to be cleaned up quickly, otherwise Ginny may want to help clean up .

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Good on Leash

He is quite stable when walking, and he will pull on the rope when he is nervous.

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Sit

Ginny understood and sat down.

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Down

Willing to do commands when given snacks and feel safe.

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Stay

Ginny could stay.

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Come

Willing to do commands when given snacks and feel safe.

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Paw

Willing to do commands when given snacks and feel safe.