Weight: 23.5 pounds
Health: Excellent but visually impaired (not blind)
Demeanor: Affectionate, sweet, quiet/mellow, average activity level, couch potato at times, social with people, curious, aggressive towards dogs (and probably cats)
Likes: People (not tested with children), giving kisses and snuggling, being held and sitting in laps, going for car rides, belly rubs, burrowing under blankets, chewing deer/elk antlers, stuffed toys
Dislikes: Dogs (and most likely cats)
Manners: Housebroken, crate trained, knows word “come”
Fenced Yard Required: Yes, due to her limited vision
Tidbits: Super sweet with her people, Bubbles is no trouble at all and a willing participant for whatever affection you’d like to give. She does not like other dogs so a home without another pet would be best. She is missing one eye and has limited vision in the other, but that has not deterred her in the slightest. She can go up and down stairs and has quickly learned her way around the layout of her foster home. She’d make a super companion for an older person who isn’t wanting the high maintenance of a younger dog.
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