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|Gender: Female Age: 5 years old|
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Needs to have a fenced environment and would benefit from obedience training.
Pretty Sally was a onetime mill mom and she is a perceptive gal. While she is timid initially, she will follow anywhere once she trusts. Our transporter - who's know to be exceptionally gentle and showers her charges with love - worked her magic on Sally and she did just that. She also rode shotgun due to the SUV being full of crated rescue dogs - and this small gal just laid quietly in her harness and accepted continual petting. She was likely thinking, "Thank you for saving me."
Foster Update: 10/21/19
Sally is a very beautiful, bright girl who is going to make someone a wonderful companion. Sally is gaining confidence daily and has discovered she really loves human interaction. Her comfort zone is expanding and she is eager to please. She adjusts best to structure and routine at this point and takes many of her cues from another confident dog. Sally is completely house trained and crate trained. She will accept a leash and walk nicely in the backyard, but needs to widen her horizons and be exposed to traffic and roads on a leash. She really loves to chase a ball and play with toys and nylabones. Sally also enjoys just sitting quietly beside you being petted and brushed. Sally is an amazing girl and is just waiting for the right home to help her realize all of her potential!
Foster Update: 9/25/19
Pretty Sally will make someone an awesome family pet. She loves to play with other dogs, loves to chase a ball and have toys to play with. She is very calm around children, accepting pets and being brushed. Sally is a very bright girl who catches on quickly and is curious about everything. She loves to be outdoors with her foster sister.
Foster Update: 8/5/19
Sally is a sweet girl. She is inquisitive and eager to learn about her new world. She appears to have had very little to no human interaction/bonding to this point, but is learning how to live with a family. When she first came into her foster home, she was so afraid of her surroundings that she wouldn't eat, wouldn't go outside, was afraid to leave the house, and was afraid to leave her crate. She is now eating well, playing with toys, chewing bones, playing a bit with the two residemt dogs and is learning about family life. From day one she was pulling toys out of the toy bin and loves to have them with her. She has a ways to go to become confident to leave the house to do her business outside. She is still skittish and fearful of noises and quick movements, but she is making progress and has a happy disposition. With love and patience Sally will make a great family dog.
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