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Rescue Me ID: 18-04-16-00414Laynee (female)

Affenpinscher    Age: Senior

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Adults (Not Kids) 
Personality: Very Low Energy, Submissive 
Health: Needs to be Spayed, Vaccinations Current, Cancer,
 Abused/Neglected, Fearful/Anxious 

    [Read About Natural Cancer Care] We got Laynee 2 years ago as a rescue. Her previous owner passed away. We were not given any history, medical or otherwise. Right from the beginning, she bonded with my partner and is very affectionate with her. However no one else can touch Layne, myself included. She is extremely nervous and timid. She prefers to be left alone. She will not aggressively attack anyone unprovoked, however she will bite if you try and pet her and she does not like you. Example: my partner is the only one that can pet her. Laynee is an unusual dog, she prefers to be inside, and only likes to go for short walks to use the bathroom. She is pee pad trained. ... (Read More)She lives with our other dog, a boxer, and they get along great. She will snap at other dogs if they are persistent about being in her space. But any dog she has met has quickly learned to respect her space. Laynee has a mammary tumour which our vet has said is most likely cancer. But her most recent bloodwork in March 2018 came back completely clear. I am looking for a new home for Laynee because I am a very passionate pet owner and find it very difficult to live with a dog that I cannot interact with at all. I feel she would be best suited in s single family home. She will bond with one person in that family. And if she does, she will be your best friend. (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $10 Animal Location:

Hamilton, Ontario Canada

Nicole Cooke 4169708602

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    Affenpinscher Dogs can make good pets in Canada if they match your IifestyIe. Affenpinschers get along well with other pets when they all grow up together. Affenpinschers play around a lot, and can be both inquisitive and mischievous. Quick learners, affenpinschers can be trained easily, though they prefer variety in training methods so they do not get bored. An affenpinscher needs to be trained in a firm and confident manner.

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    "Affe" means monkey in German - affenpinschers sometimes have a monkey-like expression on their face. Affenpinschers need regular grooming because of their thick coat.

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