She lets me bathe her, but I'm constantly reassuring her and talking to her in soothing voice. It takes time to earn her trust but once you do, you can then hold her and show her affection. She likes to snuggle with other dogs and generally has a low energy level. She is not leash trained and is very scared by everyday normal sounds that we are used to outside. These noises send her running for cover. Prissy would do well in a quiet forever home with a backyard, as she loves her time spent in the outdoors. A calm environment with little commotion and no young children would be the best for her.
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