Personality: When Sally is first getting to know people, she can be shy and sensitive to being pet before she's comfortable. However, once she settles in to her new place and gets to know her people, she's very outgoing and affectionate. She gets really excited whenever "her people" enter the room and will do a little butt scoot to show off her excitement. She's also crate trained, and had a medium sized crate in her foster home that she used.
History: Originally Sally was transferred in from another shelter because she needed medical care. She spent some time in a foster home recovering before she returned to the shelter for adoption.
Dog Skills: Sally has spent time around dogs in foster and here at the shelter. She attends daily playgroups. She does best with polite dogs who can give her space and time to warm up, and then she will either engage in play or just hang out. She is more comfortable playing with dogs closer to her size.
Cats Skills: There were cats in Sally's foster home, and she peacefully co-existed with them. If they got too forward with her, she would give them appropriate corrections to move away.
Leash Skills: When Sally is first getting to know people, she prefers to be leashed very slowly as she can be shy. Once she's comfortable, she is easy to leash and walks nicely on leash.
Medical: Sally arrived at HSSV after being hit by a car which left her with multiple right sided pelvic fractures. We have treated her pelvic fractures with pain control and confinement and they are healing fairly well.
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