In the shelter environment, Allie initially passed evaluations but then became fearful and reactive. She is now a Beauties dog and is in boarding looking for a foster or forever home. She's very sweet. An easy, gentle walker but can be very intimidating at the kennel. It's a barrier issue. Open the door and she'll walk right out and is friendly and eager to please. She knows sit and can shake with either front paw. Allie can be dominant at first with other dogs and hasn't tested well with female dogs but has passed her male dog tests.
Allie was surrendered by her owners, but they did not provide a reason (they did notate that she has not bitten anyone during her life with them, though). They adopted her six months ago from a shelter/rescue. They state that she is up-to-date on vaccinations and that the vet she was last seen at was "Dallas". We assume this means she was seen at a vet in Dallas, TX.
According to her owner surrender form, Allie is playful, a lapdog, and very active. She was an indoor dog and considered mostly housetrained. The owner's favorite thing about Allie was her cuddles. She did not exhibit fearful or aggressive behavior while with this owner. They also said she was an active dog that loves pets and playing tug.