Isis the dog is looking for a new loving home in the Vancouver area

Meet Isis, a female 3-year-old American Bully. Her family is looking to find a good loving family for her as they need to move and under no circumstances can keep her. Isis is well-trained in crate behaviour and exhibits no food aggression towards other dogs. She plays harmoniously with dogs of all sizes and has displayed a gentle demeanour, often being the more reserved one in group settings. While she prefers human company, she remains calm when in her crate and can stay crated for extended periods during a regular workday without anxiety.

Isis particularly enjoys the company of kids and has not exhibited destructive behaviour, such as chewing blankets in her crate. She has adapted well to being left alone uncrated and has shown no indoor potty accidents. Her resilience, optimism, and affectionate nature make her a loving companion.

She craves human connection and demonstrates extreme loyalty, showcasing potential as an off-leash dog with proper training. Her soft-mouthed approach to taking treats and gentle kisses further highlight her friendly disposition. Isis plays well with other dogs, but she is not dependent on them for confidence and could thrive as an only dog.

Adopt Isis and embark on a delightful journey of companionship with this lovable dog!

Isis

Isis

Age: 3 years old

Breed: American Bully

Location: Langley

If you believe you can provide this sweet girl with a forever home, please contact Shelissa Crystal at 778-232-3687 or via email.

About this column:

Each week we feature animals available for adoption from local shelters in the Vancouver area with the hopes that our readers will assist in finding good homes for them. If you, or someone you know, has the resources to take care of one of these animals, please do get in touch with the appropriate shelter via the links provided.

 

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