State:  Western NY
Age: 12
DOB: 12/30/04
Weight:65-70 LBS.
Coat Color:
Docked Tail:YES
Cropped Ears:NO
Children under 4:No (no history)
Children over 4:YES
Separation Anxiety: NO
Other Dogs: NO
Cats: NO
Crate Trained:YES
House Trained: YES
Leash Trained; SOME
Obedience Trained: SOME
Micro-chipped: YES
Adoption Fee: $100.00

4/14/17-From Nick, foster Dad: Diamond is a doll she does not show her age what so ever. She loves everyone and was very quick to be comfortable in our home. When Diamond sees other dogs walking by the yard she is interested but has not shown any tendency to bark, and when she sees the neighbors pup she is interested but walks away with you with not more than an "Let's Go.". While this sweet girl is not a barker per say she is a talker with my mother and sometimes myself. Now it is is good to be aware as her talking might be to alert you that it is time to hit the yard or you may be running late for dinner. Diamond has had no issues in the house other than her first days when we did not she was telling us to let her out, although being an older girl she does require yard use every 6 hours to be safe. Crate has been no issue for me and she will enter and be calm when door is shut with no barking on my departure.
4/10/17- From Foster Mom: Diamond is doing very well. She loves our walks. Today she seems to be surprised by the nice weather. She is content to just hang out and watch me clear out the debris from the garden. When the neighbor's dog is in the back yard she wants to keep going out and see him. But does not bark at him.

Diamond is a sweetheart. When someone comes she is glad to see them and greets them and does not bark at them. She loves to cuddle.


 2/12/17 Well we have learned a lot about Miss Diamond over the last few weeks.  The first is that she is truly a very spry senior who has plenty of pep to her step.  She is a healthy, well adjusted girl, who loves people of all ages, and greets eaveryone with a happty look and wiggle butt.  She has a healthy appatite and finishes all her food without making a mess around her bowl, and is happy to have a tasty cookie whenever you feel like handing them out.

Another thing we learned is that although she grew up with dogs, she would rather be an only dog.  With so many changes to her life, she really wasn't happty to have new dogs in her space and was not very gracious with my own boxer boy when he wanted to play with the dog next door, and the excitement level caused a disagreement between my Kane and Miss Diamond. 

So as awesome as this girl is, she will be best as an only dog. When walking down the street and going by other dogs, she is a doll, no issures at all.  Sjhe would just rather be an only dog who will get all the attention she deserves.

In her senior years though, she does neet to go outside more often or she may have little accidents in the house.  She willingly goes outside into the yard every time I ask her if she wants "outside", she will trott right out and releive herself outside. 

She is a great companion who is looking for the loving home she deserves.   

1/30/17 We welcomed this beautiful white Diamond to our home this weekend, and I am very impressed with this girl.  She may be 12 years old, but you'd never know it, she is mildly playful and does love to run in the yard, and shows no stiffness or joint sensitivity afterwards.  We are taking intro's with the dogs slowly, although she has lived with other dogs in the past.  She seems to do well with my black boxer boy who is 5, but is always more than willing to give a new foster the space they need to settle in.

Her white coat is like petting mink, she is just so very soft, and loves to be petted and hugged and told what a beautiful girl she is.

So please check back and see what else we find out about this beautiful whie Diamond.