I'm just starting to see Brenda's personality, she's still very skinny and unstable on her feet but that is getting better. Can't climb steps yet but she is trying. She is very deaf. Doesn't bark or fuss at all. Some little yowls if she is happy or excited. If she doesn't see you there is no response.
She's very sweet, no aggression. She's shy but affectionate once she feels safe. Lots of tail wags and kisses. Loves to be carried, just wants to follow you around. If she's left alone in a room she just goes to her bed and goes to sleep. She's indifferent to other animals. Just walks away from them. She's intimidated by my dogs but they are large. She adores riding in the car. Full of wags and little yips. Likes just roaming around the yard and sniffing.
I take her out on a schedule. She's house broken but doesn't bark so has no good signaling system.
An ideal home would probably have no large dogs or young kids. Unless she gets a lot stronger. Definitely fragile at this stage.
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