Derby loves playing w/other dogs and can go forever. She shows interest in our cats, but ours are dog-savvy and have kept her in her place. She'd probably be fine w/like barn cats, but maybe not house feline friends. She loves to play w/toys and is always up for a good game of fetch- however her toy drive is not high enough for working potential. She also has not turned on to a disc. She may like flyball, but getting over the chaos and noise may be a lot of work for her. Her foster home also tried her in Barn Hunt and she wasn't interested in ratties.
Derby came into foster care very wary of new people. She is still not a "social" dog (she isn't going to run up and greet a stranger of pets), but she has spent all summer at a dog training facility w/me in Montana and has met TONS of people. She now warms up much more quickly. On the upside, you know she's never going to blow you off on a course to go visit a bar setter! LOL. Derby rides very well crated in a car. She is doing great w/her house and crate training and will tell you when she needs to go out.
Derby is a high drive, high energy, tiny ball of blurred fur. She is looking for an experienced performance home ONLY. We will require a trainer reference, as well as a detailed list of your training/trialing/titling accomplishments before processing your application. She will need an adult home w/a fully fenced yard. She greatly benefits from balanced training techniques. This dog will be AMAZING at agility...she's got everything she needs to kick rear in that sport. She'll probably be a great obedience and rally dog too...the sky is the limit for this wild child.