One look a those eyes, and you can guess where this pretty girl gets her name!
This Elizabeth Taylor is a little slow to warm up. We don't know much about her background, but whatever happened to her has made her a little nervous. She seems to do best when with another dogs...trusting other dogs before she trusts a human being. If you are gentle and take your time, soon Elizabeth Taylor will snuggle up to you for some cuddling.
Elizabeth Taylor is a dainty ~28 lbs now. She has a low-to-medium energy level. And while she loves to run around the yard playing with the other dogs, she also knows when to chill out and snuggle on the couch.
Elizabeth Taylor is about 1 1/2 years old. She is not a chewer, although she has chewed several electrical cords in her foster home (!!! but something has to power those bright blue eyes!) She won't chew a nylabone but likes peanut butter in her kong. She is good with kids and dogs, but we've not seen her with cats.
She's still working on potty training and leash walking. Sometimes Elizabeth Taylor gets very scared and you will have to come to her rescue...picking her up to carry her to her safe place. While she gets nervous and afraid, she does not growl and does not seem to be so fearful that she would bite.
Please get in touch to meet this beautiful girl with the amazing eyes! Elizabeth Taylor is looking for that perfect Richard Burton, or maybe Eddie Fisher, or no...maybe Richard Burton again... :)
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