HILDE 1 year(s) & 0 month(s) old

Life in a city/apartment : OK
Home without an exterior : OK
Contact with other dogs : DOMINANT
Life with cats : OK
Contact with children : GOOD*
Need for daily exercise : HIGH
Health : GOOD
Trauma : NO
Special needs : EXPERIENCE

Hilde, believed to be a Pitbull-Pointer mix girl, was found on the street as a puppy in the summer of 2022. Since then she has been in a foster family, where she can already get to know life in a household with people. She is getting a basic education there and has shown herself to be very obedient, loyal and willing to learn. She is fully house-trained and already knows commands like “Sit”, “Stay”, comes back when called, and is starting to learn little tricks. She has also been trained to sleep in a crate, which she accepted without problems. Hilde has no fears or traumas and is familiar with various everyday situations such as walking on a leash or walks in the city. She happily jumps into the car to be taken for an adventure. She is generally very sweet and friendly to people and welcomes any visitors at home. She gets very attached to her human family, she loves cuddles and running after her ball. After play sessions, she calms down easily in her crate for a nap. She is used to cats, although she needs to be supervised because she can get too excited when the kitten plays with her wagging tail. When interacting with dogs, she can sometimes be dominant and have trouble controlling her emotions, especially now that she is in puberty. She therefore needs a family with dog experience who is willing to work with her and take appropriate precautions to prevent any biting incidents. Ideally, Hilde should be the only dog in her family. We are sure that she will be a wonderful companion for her future family.

All animals available for adoption have a microchip and passport. They have been tested for common diseases (Leishmania for dogs, FeLV and FIP for cats). Adult animals are fully vaccinated and castrated.

* Until complete adaptation, adult supervision with small children is essential.