- Age: 5 years
- Color: Red
- Gender: Female
- Dogs: Wants to be only dog
- Cats: Unknown
- Kids: Unknown
- Obedience: Required to ensure success
- Exercise: Unknown
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Hola! Mulan came to IDR+ from Puerto Rico! This roja girl is settling in, and she needs to learn the language. So far, she understands the universal concepts of kindness, affection, and love. Her nub doesn’t stop wagging–even when she had to go to the vet to get a fast-growing bump on her chest looked at. It ended up being an infected abscess that needed to be lanced and drained, and she is all recovered after a round of antibiotics. Mulan is about 5 years old and LOVES people. She would prefer to be an only dog, but as her person you will get as much love from her as you would three dogs. She has no history with cats or kids, but she is so gentle that we think she should be okay with appropriate kids. Mulan is housebroken, crate trained, and is GREAT walking on a leash. An occasional bunny may catch her attention, but then she is back on the sidewalk for a fun walk. A fenced yard would be nice but not a deal breaker for Mulan. She is very food-motivated, so training will be easy with her. Her only bad quality is she likes to give full-body hugs. She ever-so-gently puts her front paws on your chest and just wants to be petted while she is looking in your eyes. You can even sway to a cheesy ballad like at a junior high dance. She is slowly learning that this is not the best way to show affection, but if hugging you is wrong, she doesn’t want to be right.
The biographical information provided is correct to the best of our knowledge while the animal is in our care or includes what may have been provided by a previous owner. We strive to be honest and accurate, but animals can change their personalities and behavior when they settle into a new home. IDR+ makes no guarantees based on the information we observe and provide.