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; ; *FOSTER NOTES* 4/18/17- This sweet little dog is very quiet & shy and needs a forever home. She can be a little nervous at first, but will warm up to you once she begins to gain your trust. She'll cuddle up to you and likes to play with dog toys. She's potty trained and will sleep through the night. She loves walks and; does really well on the leash. Overall, Krista would be a perfect companion dog, with or without other animals around. She might do best with one person in the home and a quiet environment, but can get used to other people in the home.'
; ; 'Foster Notes* 02/26/17 'Krista is a sweet little dog. She is very quiet (I didn?t hear her bark for the 3 weeks I had her), she walks well on a leash, and she likes to be by your side. She slept on my bed near my head, and when I was on the sofa, she liked to be right next to me. She is mostly potty trained, and knew to use puppy pads I left on the floor when I was gone all day.
; ; However, Krista is an extremely anxious dog. She would explore the house only when I wasn?t home; when I was home, she would sit on the sofa and carefully watch what I was doing. On days when I was home all day, I?d have to bring food and water to her, on the sofa, or else she wouldn?t eat or drink. Krista would get very scared when I had her leash in my hand (running in circles, and sometimes peeing out of nervousness), although once she had it on, our walks were great. Anything new ? visitors to my house, strange sounds, vacuum cleaners ? made her shake and cower and/or run in circles.
; ; Krista warmed up slowly, getting more and more comfortable, each day that I had her. I think she?d be great for someone with a lot of patience, who wanted a quiet, lovable little companion for walks and lounging on the sofa.'
; ; *Foster Notes* 12/16/16 'She was reall
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