WOW! That is all I can really say about Tasha. She is a sweet, affectionate great dog. She found her dream home but sadly was returned to rescue because the resident caregiver was allergic to her. So now Tasha, foster-dale, is here with our family which consists of myself and my hubby plus our 3 year old daughter, two Airedales (Groovy and Maggie) and two cats.
While being very vigilant about clearing the world of cats she loves to take a break to play ball or any game that will entice either two or four legged friends to chase her. She drops the ball on demand but her recall is selective unless you throw the word cookie in there.
I cannot say enough good things about this girl. Quiet, very very social with both of my female dales (they are always doing the bitey face airedale pretzel thing in the middle of my living room *sigh*) is a fantastic walker (yes apparently an Airedale can be trained to heel), loves every human she meets, is very clean in the house, was very tolerant of a bath today and is a calm sweet girl. I can’t believe her owners had to give her up, they must miss her incredibly.
Tasha is going to be 5 on Friday. Maybe someone close to Ottawa would make her birthday wish come true and give her a wonderful FENCED and CAT FREE yard with a loving family? A fence is a must since she really does love to pop in and out of the house throughout the day to supervise her world. You really need to meet this girl, she is amazing!
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Is Tasha still available ?
Is Tasha still looking for a home ? We are very interested in her !.
I live a fair distance but I currently have a 2 yer old female. My older children are all leaving home very shortly. I am looking for a companion for her and myself. I am willing to travel. Maddy my airedale is so social i am concerned about her missing the kids. We have a large back yard and lots of places for running and walking. She would be an indoor dog with Maddy. Any information would be appreciated.
I have a six year old male Airedale and live about 1.5 hours from Ottawa. I have a large country property, but it isn’t fenced in, hence I hesitate. My dog loves it here and occasionally wanders but is never more than 5 minutes away.