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- Friendly, Affectionate, Playful, Curious, Timid of loud noises
- Coat length
- Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
- Good in a home with
- Other dogs, children.
- Adoption fee
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Nutmeg is an approximately 7-month old female Doberman/Vizsla mix and will weigh around 55-70 lbs. as an adult (best guess). Nutmeg was rescued after being abandoned as a small puppy at a soccer field in OKC.
Nutmeg is a very good-natured, playful, and affectionate girl. She is great with other dogs (currently in foster with 7 other dogs of all sizes). She needs another playful dog around her size in his new home. Nugmeg loves other dogs and looks to them for guidance and play time!
She loves to wrestle with her brother and the other dogs in the house and will come up to you for attention and love. She is a fairly independent girl and will go out on her own if no one else wants to play with her. She is a more timid than her brother.
Having another playful dog in the house is a must. She has lots of energy and needs another dog to help with socialization.
Good with cats? There are cats in the home but she hasn’t had a chance to interact with them in the same room. Currently she can sniff them through a pet gate and she doesn’t seem to care about their presence.
Good with kids? There are no kids in the current foster home, but Nutmeg has been very friendly towards children at adoption events. Of course, proper supervision or older children with dog handling experience are best.
House Trained? Working on it. The number of accidents has been decreasing and she has been using puppy pads (that are in a puppy pad tray) when she can’t go out. Her foster mom has been going out with her in all kinds of weather to get her used to going outside. Right now she can hold it for 4-5 hours. Nutmeg is working on using the dog door to go outside. Currently she will go through an open dog door, but has not quite picked up how to use the flap yet.
Nutmeg is crate-trained and doing well on leash training.
Nutmeg is spayed, current on age-appropriate vaccines, and microchipped. Her adoption fee is $200.
To adopt Nutmeg, go to www.foreveryoursokc.org/adoption-application.
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