Fenty’s Rescue Story:
Fenty was found wandering at a betel nut stand in central Taiwan. People nearby said she had been at the betel nut stand for nearly a month and refused to leave. It was likely that she had been waiting for the owner to take her home. The place where Fenty wandered was not safe and there were many vehicles on the road. Neighbors feared that Fenty would one day be hit by a car, so they posted her condition on the local Facebook group to search for help. The rescuer learned the news from the Facebook group and decided to take the little girl to the animal hospital to scan the chip, hoping to help her find the owner back. Because Fenty was originally wearing a collar around her neck, the rescuer thought she must have her owner. Then, the rescuer took her to the animal hospital with full confidence to scan the chip, but the result was no chip. Therefore, the rescuer placed her in the hospital first and let her got the spayed surgery. During the placement and recuperation period, no one came to hospital to adopt Fenty. Even though all of the hospital staffs praised her as a wonderful dog. After that, the rescuer was reluctant to let her go back to the betel nut stand and continue to live a homeless life. She decided to let Fenty go to the foster home to find someone who will always love her.
About Fenty’s Personality
Fenty is a super friendly and confident puppy. She comes up to people first. Even if it is a man, she can approach it naturally. But if someone suddenly reaches out and touches her directly, she will back away a little. But if people can squat down before interacting with her, she will roll over and show her belly to be touched. If you have some dog treats in hand, she will lie down and roll over to be touched more quickly. Whether it is an adult or a child, as long as there are some treats in hand, she will happily and quickly roll over to show her belly to be patted. When outside, she likes to interact with other dogs. Whether it is a large or a small sized dog, Fenty can get along well with them. As for interacting with cats, she has not been in contact with cats yet. Opportunities for her to interact with the cats will be scheduled later.
When Fenty plays with other dogs, she sometimes gets too excited. She may behave rudely and violently. Her overexcitement leads to acting a bit rudely. Once you stop her, she will stop and calm down.
When she is in the crate, she is territorial. She will growl and bark whenever other dogs approach, but there is no territorial behavior that causes barking once out of the cage.
Fenty is both indoor and outdoor potty trained, both on artificial turf indoor and turf outdoor. She doesn’t like to be crated. But as long as it is lunch break or bedtime, she will still obediently enter the cage according to her foster mother’s instructions.
Her favorite things to do every day are eating treats, walks and showing off her belly.
There are two things that Fenty is afraid of. She is terrified of long sticks. As long as she sees her foster mom mopping the floor, she will get nervous and retreat to the side. The second thing to be afraid of is the loud noise outside. If the sound is too loud, she also hides aside.
The behavior of chewing objects has occurred. Fenty did bad things with her dog companions, but this bad behavior has not been seen for a long time.
She eats two meals a day. She is not allergic to any food and never picky about food. She eats homemade chicken jerky and other dog treats every day. She has no food guarding behavior. She only growls if another dog approaches while eating a bite-resistant dog treat. For humans, Fenty also has no food guarding behavior. When she was eating, someone passed by or took her food directly. She is not angry at all.
She sometimes barks when there are unfamiliar sounds outside. She will stop barking as soon as foster home mom stops her.
It’s also great that she doesn’t have separation anxiety. Also, she can fully cooperate with bathing, blowing, clipping nails and cleaning ears.