Girl • 5 years old • Cancer • Black and Yellow • 17kg • Mixed Breed
Summertime in 2017, Wazi got rescued along with her mother and the rest 5 siblings into PACK. By the time, she was still a super fluffy and cute little puppy, born within just one month. Afterwards, under the love and care given by all shelter staffs, and with other dog friends, she grew up to be a healthy and stable dog. Now, Ｗazi is 5 year-old mature and strong Taiwan dog beauty.
Wazi is more of an introvert, shy and timid. Even though she’s a bit sensitive, shy with stranger at first, need a safe place to hide when she gets nervous. But once she gets familiar with you, you would see the affectionate, cuddly side of her that would make you melt right away. Just give Wazi a bit time and she'll warm up to you. No doubt she’d make a wonderful companion!
Overall, Wazi is calm and stable. Only barks occasionally when she gets excited before having meal. Just give instructions to have her sit still and she will be calm.
Ｗazi gets a bit insecure in new places, that she would lean down an back, want to hide away. But if with other dogs around, she feels safer and more at ease. After getting familiar, she would even initiate to approach and ask for patting to show her trust and loving to you.
To people she knows and trusts, she would easily turn her stomach to ask for patting, expressing obedience, and usually willing to follow instructions and guidance.
Ｗazi is sensitive to surroundings, a bit afraid but also full of curiosity. It takes time for her to adapt. When encountering things that scare her, she tend to lie down, refuse to walk or just hide away. At this time, just a little more time and patience, Ｗazi can follow the owner's instructions.
My health has been checked:
- Regular Worming Treatment
Wazi’s right eye got a little problem of Trichiasis. But this doesn’t affect her daily life at all. All is good and healthy.
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.
Won’t initiate to approach strangers, but she’s okay with people patting or taking her for walks.
Very close to dogs. Enjoy having dog buddies around and never been in conflicts with other dogs.
Would be curious and approach at first. But she would avoid and keep distance.
Won’t initiate to approach, but she’s fine having kids around.
Ｗazi would panic and hide out upon sudden loud noise. She just needs some comforting then she’s fine.
Love to be patted or cuddled.
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.
Sometimes barks a little before having meal, but stop really quickly.
Only shows slight sign of separation anxiety when in new surroundings. But can be at ease when being in home or places she’s familiar with.
Not aggressive at all.
Has not displayed resource guarding.
No signs of destructive behavior. Ｗhen she enjoys playing around in open space like in gardens, she likes to dig holes.
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.
knows her name and responds when you call her
Yes & No
Understands both “yes” and “no”
Never do potty indoors. Occasionally happens inside her cage before routine walk.
Good on Leash
Easy to guide and control. Ｗould lean down and refuse to walk further when got scared and frightened. Need a bit patience to comfort and guide her.
Could hold to wait a short while when incentivized by food.
Understands, but may not come every time.
Understands with left paw.