Please read the WHOLE ad before replying, If you ask a question on something I covered in the ad I will not answer back.We are extremely sad, but we have to give her up because my autistic 3 year old son just can't learn to be gentle with her and she's going to end up biting him. Basics-She's a Chinese Shar Pei. She's spayed, utd on rabies. She's in overall good health. Her birthday is 8/23/2010. We got her when she was between 6 months and a year. She is well potty trained. She does very well when left at home alone. She does not chew on things except her teddy bear and paint rollers. She is an energetic and strong dog. She is special needs. She is aggressive. With the family, other than when Elliot gets too excited, she is amazing even with my 2 year old. With people she knows she is good. With new people she's ok if we put her in a room and bring her out after they've come in, but if they try to pet her she may nip. She doesn't kennel well at all. When we got her she was abused and kenneled most of the time. She is aggressive with other dogs, except dogs she knows. She can be VERY slowly introduced to other submissive dogs. She has lived with other dogs before, but not currently. Our other dog passed away 4 years ago. She actually does better when she's living with another dog. She will even kennel in the same kennel with them well. She is obedient, you tell her to come she comes. She has a reasonable rehoming fee. She comes with her bed, teddy bear, 2 harnesses, leash, 80lbs of dog food, and 150lb tie out (needs to be anchored to something that wont move), She needs to be in a home without young children. I need a vet reference, personal reference, and to meet and spend time with you and her together.

Gender: Female
Age: 9 Years
Breed: Shar Pei
Pet is fixed: Yes
Pet is current on Rabies: Yes
Pet is current on Distemper: No

For more details contact:

Jessica Moulis
Oshkosh, WI 54901

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