CHICKEN LITTLE

CHICKEN LITTLE

F | Puppy | Hound mix | Medium energy | Special needs | Training on Vibrating Collar l Super enthusiastic | Playful | Clumsy but feisty | Best as second dog | Good w Kids l Good w Cats l Lives for food/Scavenger


Meet CHICKEN LITTLE! What she lacks in size she definitely makes up for in personality. CHICKEN is partially blind and deaf but she doesn’t let that slow her down at all. She’s a little ball of energy and loves being around people and other dogs. CHICKEN is great with other dogs and definitely benefits from a furry leader. She was in training with multiple dogs and LOVED life. She has a hard time understanding social boundaries with dogs and may need your help staying away from that one bossy dog that she won't understand is telling her off. She is also good on her own but just needs more attention, patience, and training from her owners. Because of her vision/hearing loss CHICKEN can be a little clumsy and her humans just need to be a little extra mindful when playing with her. She loves attention and will follow you from room to room looking for snuggles. She also loves just laying beside you. She’s good in her crate at night and during the day and is also housetrained! She needs help with her leash work because she doesn't understand how to walk straight or what tension on the leash means. She follows better with another dog but because of her inability to fully control her head, she will need a patient owner to help her understand this! She’ll need extra help with her basic training and will need her people to be conscious of any additional adaptations she may need. She is currently being trained on a vibrating collar and will come when she feels it but ALWAYS for a little snack. She is very food oriented which is great for training. She has had minor exposures with kids and cats and has done well, although cannot understand most social cues and needs guidance. SO being around dog-friendly cats/kids is a MUST! She is also VERY food oriented and although is not aggressive, may take food from anywhere she smells it simply because she does not understand that she cannot do that. Food should be left out of reach at all times. She will soon be trained on her collar with a different vibration for "no" so she can start to differentiate good and bad behaviour. But as of now, she simply has a great temperament and is too busy trying to be involved with the fun to try anything else. Ready to make this little spitfire the centre of your universe? Fill out an application to adopt