Read entire post. Please take another look. She is the sweetest gal ever. I will know if you don't. If you reply with a one liner -how much?- just delete yourself. I will know if you read this post in the entirety. Kiya Cy- a presumed Shepherd mix; she-pretty much answers to Cy- Pronounced -Sigh- is an approximately 16 month old teenager. She is loving and wants to please; she does need firm direction to let her know what is expected from her. She does have a playful stubborness- but she is a big puppy- weighing about 53 pounds. Kiya Cy loves toys, enjoys car rides and wants to be part of the family and family activities. I think she would be a great running partner! She is moderately crate trained- but doesn't want to be crated for too long. 4 hours is probably a fair time. She has met cats and doesn't appear to want to injure a kitty. However- proper introduction is encouraged as they may be fun to chase. She meeets other dogs nicely and a playmate might just be welcomed. Caution is advised with small children and best supervise as she is full of piss and vinegar- and could knock a tot down- although wouldn't mean to. We think the ideal family will be a young active family with fenced yard that has room for her to run, play fetch, and enjoy her family activities. She might dig a bit- but not to escape. It is just fun. She does not have a interest in jumping over a fence or digging underneath. She is a young happy girl that needs family fun and direction. She all night- doesn't have accidents in house. Get on with little dogs too. Although yappers are irritating. Please read from the beginning to the end- and then again- read one more time. Please remember age appropriate placement is in order. For instance- if you are 80 years old-or non-ambulatory - is not happening! Do not think you know better than me when I indicate what is the most appropriate home. Now that we got that out of the way- please tell my guardian-advocate about you, your family, your activities, your property, the city in which you live, other pets in your home and whatever else puts you on top. The more information about you - the better. What can this companion expect from you and what are your expectations of him/her. If you do not provide this information, do not expect a reply. Seriously- if you don't take the time to tell us about yourself and family- you will not get a reply. This is not a first come placement. There is a placement fee to offset care and medical. Please allow a few days- as I review inquiries.