I do guard my toys and am food aggressive especially toward other dogs but again that's from my past. I still need to learn that food is something I don't have to any longer wish for. The Animal Hope and Wellness Foundation would be glad to help my adopter learn how to deal with food aggression in a safe way. Also, they think that I may be happier in a home without younger kids and where I am either the only dog or where my new parents don't mind learning a few things about by behavior. I've gotten better with men but just need any new men in my life to be very patient with me. I'm full of energy and love! The rescue has been great to me but I dream of a home to call my own.
ANIMAL HOPE AND WELLNESS FOUNDATION
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