SusiQ is patiently waiting for her yeasty-skin to completely go away, taking her baths, and her fur is growing back like crazy. She has been to the beach in Maine and ran from the waves, but otherwise kept her nose high up in the air for the best smells!! coming her way. She is most certainly a hound-mix, she loves her walks and scenting her way thru the woods. She rarely barks, but when she hears the coyotes in the distance at night, will occasionally join in The Big Aroo. I am working on socializing her out in the world, and took her to a local dog supply store. A big dog barked at her from across the room, and she looked at me as if to say, what do I do? I laughed, and she barked right back at him in her hoarse, tentative hound bark, and had everybody laughing. She is a humorous girl, a little bit in her own world, and happy to join in on any adventure or car trip you may be heading out for. SusiQ came into Rescue having great difficulty with Trust. But as she has grown to trust me, she is more bold approaching people in public, and trusting that they will treat her as I do. She needs her eye-surgery done soon, and will be ready for her new home.
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