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Name: Autumn (Audi)
Rescue ID: D230011
Status: Adopted!
Adoption Fee: $300
Species: Dog
Breed: Tibetan Terrier (long coat)
Learn more about the Tibetan Terrier.
Sex: Female (spayed)
Current Size: 30 Pounds
General Potential Size: Medium
Current Age: 5 Years 6 Months (best estimate)
Activity Level: Moderately Active
Indoor or Outdoor: Indoor Only
Good with Dogs: Yes
Good with Kids: Yes
Housetrained: Yes
Microchipped: Yes
Special Needs: Separation Anxiety. Requires a person with patience and home most of the time. Does not travel well. Not a fit for apartments. she barks and cries while you are away.

Please read her entire bio as she does still have anxiety, but is no longer on synthetic drugs. She requires walks daily, she is active, and gets a bit happy and jumps sometimes as well. And it is prefered she have a fenced yard.  The more she comes out of her shell learning to be a dog not on drugs, she is showing some naughty traits such as paws on the counter, and trying to steal food from your hands, I am working her, and it will take some time, but she is so very much worth it!  

 Autumn loves to go for walks and loves to run, she is an active/moderatly active young dog, walks help  to keep her at a good calm level. Audi is fine with other dogs when properly introduced, she would do well as an only dog or one other dog in the home, but that is her limit.  


Audi, is doing so much better! she is OFF the Trazadone! she will require caliming chews, but only when left alone and traveling which she is getting better at as well. she will need someone that can continue working with her to calm her fear without synthetic drugs. Audi is so much better than she was when she was on the Trazadone!!!  in time she will learn that her person will be returning and will eventualy lose the anxiety but it must be in her time. 

Autumn is looking for her valentine! Audi, does great in her crate with a bed and her Trazadone  1/2 hr or so before you leave  the house. I am working on her with an anxiety jacket and lavender to see if we cant get her off the meds. she does love to go jogging/walking and that helps to keep her at a decent level of contentment. Audi does not ride well in cars although she wants to go with you.  Audi will be your best friend, jogging/ walking mate, bodyguard, ( she follows you everywhere you go!!) she is not clingy as in having to be touching you , or sitting on you, just in the same area as you. Audi sleeps on the bed and has no issues at all, she waits for you to ask her up and she is so excited when you do but, she will not crowd you! Audi needs someone who is not gone all day everyday a few hours here and there but not long 8 hr days. Audi needs patience to help her get better and better over time she is worth it! and if you have love to give, and want a doting best friend who gives unconditional love check out Audi, she won't disappoint. ❤

Autumn is looking for some stability in her life. She came into this world as an unwanted puppy, the sole survivor of an accidental litter between two show dogs. She was raised in a kennel setting with little human or even dog contact until she was sold and then she was instantaneously expected to be a model Tibetan Terrier … but she was not. She immediately bonded with her new mom, but too a dramatic extent thereby creating an extreme response to being separated from her - such a response involving “frantic” vocalizing, excessive panting and shaking, and if not confined, destructive behaviors including scratching and chewing things she shouldn’t. Professional training, doggie daycare and calming drugs were all attempted over several months but ultimately, Autumn came to us in hopes of finding a more appropriate home to fit her needs. Based on what we know, it appears that Autumn would do best in a laid back and fairly quiet environment with someone who is retired or works from home a lot or is able to have her accompany them, in an environment that believes in crate training so that Autumn has a safe and familiar and secure place to call home, with an individual who believes in continuing positive reinforcement training and enjoys exercising, and with an experienced “dog person” who is dedicated to helping her be the best she can be. Autumn does well with other dogs but her companion needs to be consistent and laid back so she can follow their lead. She is crate trained and housebroken. She is currently receiving Trazadone to help with calming as well as wearing a Thunder shirt as needed. She is approximately 4yrs old, spayed, about 25 -30lbs and current on vaccines.

Happy Days Dog and Cat Rescue microchips all dogs and cats before adoption. Microchips are implanted between the shoulder blades and are another form of identification should the animal get lost. The microchips are registered to    Happy Days Dog and Cat Rescue. The adopter's information is added once the adoption is complete. The adopter is responsible for a $19.99/Year registration fee or a $45.00/Lifetime registration fee to change information.    Dogs and Cats still need to have collar with tags should they get lost.

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