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; ; Julie is now an older girl, but is still quite active and and does not show signs of slowing down any time soon! Julie came to us after her former person surrendered her to a shelter in 2008. He loved her, but he lived on a busy street with his fence facing the sidewalk, and Julie was protective of the home and yard. She would bark at people passing by on her sidewalk' and her dad felt that she would do best in a more rural spot or with younger folks who knew how to redirect her behavior. She is, and was, very sweet to people when properly introduced, but through a fence etc she feels that it is her job to be the protector. It is quite easy for us here at the sanctuary to introduce Julie to all new staff members with a bit of food for bribery and perhaps a quick walk. She is very confidant and outgoing in comfortable surroundings, but we have seen her become shy and nervous when we have brought her into the office etc to meet new people. In these cases she looks to those that she knows and loves for direction/comfort.
; Julie gets along well with most dogs, but as she can be bouncy and a bit pushy with them, she is often best suited with a confidant male companion rather than an alpha female. She would not be well suited for a home with cats, and given that she has tendencies toward being protective and also sometimes nervous, we are looking for an adult only home for Julie. She is a silly girl who may keep you on your toes at times, but all in all Julie is a loving, active and bonding girl who would love a rural home of her own! Please send applications for Julie to email@example.com
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