Belle – CA

Meet Belle

Breed: Cattle Dog Mix

Description: Slim, petite frame, mostly white, crackle ice blue eyes

Gender: Female

Weight: 40 lbs.

Age: 2 years 2 months

Spayed / Neutered: Yes

House Trained? Yes

Crate Trained? Yes

General Training? Basic obedience, 15 hand signals

Good with Children? Older kids

Good with Other Dogs? Lives with two, but can get overstilmulated

Good with Cats? Lives with one

Location / Contact

Residence: In home with foster or owner

City: Redwood City

State: California

Contact Name: Jill Leiva

Phone: (650) 355-1600


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Meet adoptable 2 year old, deaf Cattle dog mix Belle who is looking for a loving forever home with someone who will cherish her, make consistent positive reinforcement training a priority and always keep her safe.


Belle was rescued from Lake County. She is looking for a special home to work with her needs.
Along with being deaf, Belle is a high drive dog who would thrive with a job or fun sport to keep her busy like agility nose work, lure coursing or fly ball. She’s so smart! Belle already knows about 15 hand signals (think of all the fun you’ll have learning together), she is rate trained, and house trained.
She currently lives with other dogs and a cat in her foster home but she would also thrive as an only pet.

Belle would do best in an active home where she could excel in agility, rally or nose work, lure coursing or fly ball. Actually she would also make a great frisbee dog! She has already mastered the agilty tunnel, weave pole work and the higher dog walk plank.
She needs an experienced dog owner with no small kids because being part cattle dog she takes her herding abilities very seriously.
If a good match is found for Belle we can do a trail period like a foster to adopt to make sure Belle does well in her new environment.