She appears to have an old fracture in her front wrist. It causes her to limp slightly, but she is doing well on it.
Foster Home Update: She is a sweet loveable little girl!
She is doing very well with the crate. I don't even have to shut the door anymore. She goes in on her own at night and stays in the crate all night. If I lay down in the afternoon to read, she goes in her crate and stays there until I get up.
She is doing well walking on leash. She is excited at first but then settles down and by the time we are on our way back home she is walking right beside me and she does limp a little more after walking. We only walk for about a half hour. Generally, the injury to her wrist doesn't seem to bother her. She runs in the yard and in the house and it doesn't bother her. She just has a slight limp all of the time.
The adopter must be prepared for her PUPPY--ish actions. She is 4.5 years but she acts more like a year old. She races around the house--inside and outside. You have to keep an eye on her in the kitchen especially. She is getting much better but will still put her front paws on the counter now and then. Just say No or Off and she gets right down. She responds to No and Stop It very well.
She will grab a slipper or sock and take it to her bed now and then but she doesn't chew on them.
She does like to get on my bed and she is the well known "couch potato".
She likes to be with you all of the time. She will follow you from room to room and lay down beside or behind your chair. She is just a very loving dog.
She loves to play with stuffed toys.
She likes dental chews. She was at first very protective of her food and treats but is much better now. She did growl at the other dogs a couple of times but just say "Stop that" and she does. My dogs do not challenge her. If there are other dogs in the house, keep watch at feeding time. If she finishes first she will go to the other dogs pan and try to get their food but she is doing much better about that now.
A fenced yard is required to adopt Angeline.
Our policy is to reserve the cat-trainable dogs for those homes that truly require them. If you have no small animals, you will need to adopt a dog that is not deemed small animal trainable.
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