Name: Tia Fee: $1500 Location: Vancouver
Approx Birthday: Dec 1 2016 Sex: Female Breed: Formosan Mountain Dog x Weight: 18 kg Length (head to toe) 70 cm Height (chest to base of tail) 60 cm Spayed/Neutered? Yes
Special need: No Previous Injury: None Food Type: Kibbles Food Brand: Farmina N&D Various Flavours + Topping Eating Habit Twice a day
Leash Manners: Heels; Might bark at e-bikes Current Walking Habit: One large 1-2h walk in the morning and various pee breaks throughout the day Tolerates Crating?: Yes. Prefers free roam Potty Habit: Outdoors only Basic Commands: Sit, wait, paw, kiss, come, no Ever been Alone in Home: Yes
Kid Friendly: 3/5 Unsure and expresses her concern through barking. She can get used to living with older children but expect a period of decompression period (barking)
Dog Friendly: 4/5 Loves playing with dogs that match her personality, play styles and activity levels (FMDs) and is very gentle with puppies. Some dogs she might bark at or avoid.
Cat Friendly: 2/5 Chases
Ever Lived with a Cat?: Yes Difference in Treating Indoor/Outdoor Cat?: No
Barking: 3/5 Sensitive and barks to everything in the space and takes a few attempts of correction to settle.
Chewing: 1/5 No destructive chewing. Enjoys chewing on bones or other chewy things
Separation Anxiety: 1/5 No separation anxiety. However attempts to leave to go home when in a new environment I n the beginning.
Fear for Adult Men: 2/5 Clearly trusts women more easily but gets used to men quickly with treats and patience. She will express her insecurity through barking.
Fear for Strangers: 2/5 Barks first. Responds to treats if give her space and tolerate her barking.
Fear for Traffic: 1/5 Not fearful but does bark at some car if they are too close to her if she’s inside of another vehicle
Activity Level: 4/5 Needs at least 2 1-hour-long walks off leash activities + pee breaks per day
Velcro Level: 4/5 Very cuddly but in a very secure way.
Prey Drive: 3.5/5 Chases pulls and gets excited. Can be recalled but takes time and effort. Very rarely succeed in hunting