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; Tasha has shown in a foster home that, once she bonded, she became protective over her foster mom when strangers would approach them. This is due to the fact that her person was helping to build her confidence, but she did not yet understand that other people did not mean them harm. For this reason she needs to be in a home without very many visitors, ideally in a rural setting. Of course if her new person was willing and able to work with her on continued socialization, this could ALL change for her! Tasha can not live with cats, and although she gets along extremely well with her large male pen mate, she has had trouble interacting with other dogs. Due to her issues, we do not recommend her for a home with small children.
; Original Bio from 2011: One of three beautiful teenage girls - who had two of their brothers come to us the next day - so we got five teenage dorks - who are beautiful and sweet as can be! Athletic and a bit under-socialized....need to catch up on their learning, but they are willing participants. Clearly they were born in a backyard and not allowed inside, and never walked on a leash, nor experienced much of the world, or enough people time!Tasha is the most under-socialized it seems.
; ; If you feel that you could work with/around these issues to help this little lady settle into a home of her own, please email application to email@example.com
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