Breed:Hound / Saluki
Notes: altered, noKids
Visit Queen Bean on YouTube at: http://youtu.be/9mJnj9Mx77IName: Queen Bean
Age/Gender: 5 years, Female
Breed: Hound/Saluki Mix
Temperment: Happy, calm, eager to please
House Training: Good!
Other Dogs:Good with small dogs, she tries to play,but has some fear and insecurity around big dogs due to her prior history of being attacked at a dog park.She does best with small groups of dogs in general (maybe 1 or 2) that she feels comfortable with. We are working on integrating her into a small group of big dogs slowly, so it’s a positive experience. She won’t be dog park dog, that is too stressful for her, but we are hopeful she can live happily with another big dog, just as much as alone or with little friends.
Cats:She isgentle with wild animals in the yard like bunnies, she will play with them but not hurt them therefore she will likelydo well with cats that are dog savvy - but it will be a transition period as well. If the cat is reactive, Queen Bean probably won'tdo as well.
Children: Dog-respectful children,14 and older or no kids; she likes it quieter and less busy in her home. :)
Adoption Donation: $275
Health:Queen Beanis healthy! She is spayed, microchipped, flea treated, dewormed, and is current on vaccines. Your adoption donation goes toward the cost of this vet care as well as transportation and general care costs. In addition, all pets adopted from Motley Zoo come with 30 days of free pet insurance provided by Shelter Care.
History: Queen Bean found herself in a local WA shelter. Motley Zoo Animal Rescue was asked to findher a great forever family and that is exactly what we plan to do!
Notes fromQueen Bean'sFoster Home:Queen Bean is a very loving, obedient and heavily bonded and gentle dog - but she has had a rough past. She needs a confident and assertive, yet gentle handler. She doesn’t need to be manhandled or bossed, but she does need someone to help instill confidence. She would do best with an owner that she canfollow and look to for guidance, and who won’t let her get away with being stubborn or reluctant when she needs to overcome a challenge.Queen Beanis a very smart dog, and she needs to be challenged in a positive way - while being comforted and praised in a gentle and sensitive way. She is a very easy dog in most respects, but she does have some quirks to work around.Queen Beanis good on the leash, she only pulls a little. She is much improved with being frightened or reactive to cars while on her walks, but this will be something she will needto continue towork on. She’d do better in a quieter neighborhood or rural area. However,as a hound, when she catches a scent she will go for it, so off leashis going to be a work in progress. She likes to be with her person, but she has a desire to chase scents- it will be a bond and balance of both to create success.Queen Beanloves to go for walks and currently does well with small dogs. Her foster is working with her slowly with large dogs, though, as she was attacked by a dog at the dog park in the past. She loves to go for walks and makes a great jogging partner. She also loves to go for car rides. When she's not out and about, she loves to snuggle up and sleep in a quiet place of her own. As you can see from her pictures, she is a photography ham!An experienced applicant would be great, someone that is home a lot, and wants a dog that will be their best friend!All dogs adopted from Motley Zoo come with a leash and either a Martingale collar or a harness, depending on each dog's particular needs.
Welcome to Motley Zoo Animal Rescue. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit animal rescue organization that is run entirely by volunteers. Motley Zoo does not have a brick and mortar shelter location. Instead, all our rescue animals are cared for in private foster homes where the animals receive one-on-one care and attention in a home environment until permanent placement is found. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and request an adoption application and we will work toward approving you as an adopter with our rescue so that we can set a time for you to meet! For more information, please visit www.motleyzoo.org.Thank you for considering adopting a dog in need!Woof,The Motley Zoo Crew