Good luck! Let us know how it goes!
Funny, I just talked to my SO and she said the same thing about Piper. I think we are both leaning towards Cinder; let's just hope she doesn't change her mind until it's too late!I am SUCH a lazy dog owner, lol...Piper sounds like way too much work to me. Maybe it's just been a long week. And it's only TUESDAY!
I'm loving Cinder. A mini-Rottie...sweeeeet!
I know, kind of odd right? That's kind of why it's between these three because we aren't really sure what activity level we want. We already have a pretty active dog so we are deciding if we want a more mellow dog this time(Cinder), or another dog similar to the one we have (Piper), or one in between (Wendy).lmao all are opposite from another funny.. Anyways! They are all cute, I guess what ever works the best whoever wins your heart the most I wish you luck! Be sure to come back to give us details & pictures
Yeah, it's funny you say that. When I went to the shelter to see her, she looked like the least nervous dog there (calm, not barking, not jumping on the cage, etc.) but when I really got close you could see in her eyes that she wasn't as confident as she was portraying. I have to say though, there wasn't any of the other signs shown in the pics (ears back, etc.).Cinder appears to look like a very nervous/scared dog by the pictures. While that is no reason to run away from adopting her, if that is the case, you'd have to think about how patient you could be with her and what you could do to get her more confident.
The reason I say this, is Rotties (even those I've seen in shelters, and I've seen many when volunteering at the humane society), are typically very confident. The facial expressions in Cinder's pics, (wide eyes, ears back...), point to her being a nervous dog.
I don't think there's any question that she is part Rottie despite her size.