Gillian has clearly lived as an outside dog most of her life. She came to us with a skin infection as a result. She is so happy to be inside, out of the heat, with a family to love. She is already taking well to her kennel, but she kind of drags her feet about going in. There is so much fun stuff to do outside of the crate! She is still getting used to all of them temptations inside. One TV remote has fallen victim to this curious girl :-}
Gillian is still a bit "mouthy", so a home with young kids will not be a good match for her. She will love to play ball and cuddle with kids at least 10 years and older.
Gillian will do best in a home with another medium to large breed dog to play with and look up to. Gillian is more of a follower than a leader and is pretty submissive.
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