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; ; Sheba has a Facebook page! https://www.facebook.com/adoptsheba/
; ; *FOSTER NOTES* 10/24/16- We have been working on getting her socialized with our Milo dogs and it's going great so I'd love to update the post if I could. She goes on walks with them, relaxes with all of us in the evenings. She hasn't played with either, but has done some nose sniffing and tail wagging. She's still a little tentative and afraid around our crazy boy dog (Rooster, formerly Tucker) who's also a little afraid, but is calm and happy to see our girl (Egg, formerly Holly). They walk side by side, belly to belly on walks. '
; ; Sheba was surrendered by her owner after his house fell down! When she first arrived in foster care, she was anxious and completely untrained. However, now that she's been enrolled in obedience lessons she has become more comfortable in her surroundings and blossomed into a well-adjusted young puppy.
; ; Sheba has been attending training classes since January through Bad Rap and started taking Canine Good Citizen training. Her final test is scheduled for September 11th, and she's doing great! She learns quickly and with her superb recall ability, she now has a deep well of skills: sit, down, stay, wait, watch, leave it/take it, heel, paw (shake), and around.
; ; Sheba is a young, active dog who is up for anything: running, walking, cuddling, napping, or playing tug, fetch, or 'find it.' Sheba loves learning new things and would do best with a family that can continue her training and give her plenty of exercise and attention.
; ; Sheba is currently living in foster care with two other dogs, but would be best suited for a house where she is the only dog (she has some remaining dog aggression that her foster family is currently working on phasing out). She is well-socialized with people and very tolerant around young children.
; ; Overall, Sheba is a great catch. Intelligent, active, playfu
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