Age: ~11 months
Weight: 55 pounds
Energy level: Moderate
Overall drive: Low - Moderate
Location: Orange Cove, CA
Evvy is full of love, energy, and playful excitement. She is the most friendly, happy girl, always wanting to be right next to her person. Evvy truly just wants to be friends with everyone and will even give a short bark to get their attention. With her wagging tail and goofy grin, she is sure to draw you in. Whether going for a hike or snuggling on the couch, she is up for anything!
Evvy is eager to please, enjoys romping with dogs of similar size, and loves hanging out in the yard with her people. She rides nicely in the car, is well–mannered at the vets’ office, and is working on her basic obedience. Food and physical touch are her motivators, and a stern verbal ‘no’ or ‘leave it’ is generally sufficient to curb unwanted behaviors such as being mouthy or jumping when excited.
This bouncy, curious girl will do best with an active family who wants to include her in as many adventures as possible. She’d love another male sibling and would likely do well with older kids. She has not been tested with cats or small animals. Her new family will be patient and set her up for success by continuing her training, helping her learn about toys, and setting clear boundaries and structure. If you are looking for a sweet and snuggly adventure buddy, Evvy is looking for you too!
West Coast adoptions only, HOWEVER, if application is strong we may consider placement in other Western US states.
Must have previous or current, purebred Belgian Malinois experience OR other high drive working breed experience. Have no children under the age of 12 years old OR have extensive experience with children and high drive dogs.
Our adoption process includes- completion of an application, followed by a telephone interview.
Adoption Donation: $500.00
Transport along Interstate 5 (Bakersfield, CA to Bellingham, WA) is available but cost not included in adoption fee.
For all inquiries, please fill out our adoption application first, as the volunteer answering emails is probably not the coordinator for the specific foster home/dog.