One thing we have noticed is that she is much less spooked about strangers and other dogs while on the leash. She would do best with a patient, experienced person who is not afraid of a feisty dog and knows body language, will continue to work with her, reinforce her training and recognize her triggers. Zsa Zsa loves her toys and playing fetch. She is very afraid of thunder. Fortunately in California she's not going to see a lot of it. She is pee pad trained, sleeps through the night and takes treats. Zsa Zsa is a diamond in the rough. She has the capability to be a wonderful companion. We have high hopes for her so long as she is able to find the right person who will train her and give her the support she needs.
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