Additional info: Dahlia was a little shy and skittish at first especially with men but she has now completely settled down. She is gentle, with a calm energy and she does not pull on the leash. She was an escape artist and a door darter when she first came to rescue but she has settled down so much she will stay quietly and happily around her person if the door is opened. She also had separation anxiety at first and that's much better although she still doesn't like being alone. She can climb fences and baby gates and push screens out of windows so she needs watching for the first few days in any environment to give her a chance to settle down and become comfortable. After that, her sweet relaxed personality will come out and she will be a very content homebody. She is still working on housetraining but she is such a smart cookie it won't take her long to figure it out. Dahlia is fabulous out in company, even in crowds and will let anyone pet her.
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