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Your Name (First and Last): 
Deanna Pittard
Phone number (please include area code): 
Species of Pet: 
Pet's Sex: 
Is your pet spayed/neutered?: 
Pet's Age: 
australian shepherd mix
Weight (in pounds): 
Does your animal have a microchip?: 
How did you get your pet?: 
Asheville Humane Society, found in restaurant parking lot, foster to adopt scenario
How long have you had your pet? *: 
How long can you keep your pet before surrendering? *If less than one week, please call our Safety Net helpline at 828 761-2008: 
1 Month
Why do you need to rehome your pet?: 
Check all the following that describe your pet: 
Always at your side
Likes women
For dogs only - what is your dog's energy level?: 
For dogs only - what level of exercise does your dog usually get daily (exercise may include playing, walking, running, etc): 
1 to 2 hours
What is something you love about your pet? What else should someone know about your pet?: 
He is a really great pet for 1-2 adults with no visitors (or rarely has visitors). He knows sit, place, wait, rollover. He does okay with a 30 minute daily walk and a couple more intense workouts per week, but I try to give him 1 hour walks uphill, etc. If you skip more than a day of walking, he will let you know by pretending to be a puppy and grabbing something he shouldn't to get your attention. If we lived in the country with no kids, he would be mine forever. Too risky with kids coming and going to have an accident where he slips out door or neighbor walks over to our house unexpectedly, etc. He plays well with certain dogs (female and male), but certain dogs seem to provoke him.
Has your pet lived with: 
How many hours is your pet home alone each day?: 
a few hours usually, we work from home
What does your pet dislike or fear?: 
strangers, men, kids, lighters, firepit, being brushed, storms, fireworks, someone approaching the yard/ front door. This requires a summary I have typed. He has barely broken skin, but several times. It's usually a scratch. His bites are his "warning" according to trainers or he would be inflicting more damage. He is not trying to attack people, he seems to be anxious.
Where is your pet kept during the day?: 
in the house or deck/ screened porch
Where does your pet sleep at night?: 
our bed or floor by our bed
How does your pet ride in the car?: 
Please list any past or present injuries, treatment or other medical histories.: 
I agree that I will respond to all requests for more information about my pet in a timely manner (Checking No will stop Post): 
I certify that I am the lawful owner of the pet identified here: 

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