Lacey is a sweet, beautiful girl who is full of spunk! Lacey loves to play with her foster fur friends. She needs work on introductions, as she is very in your face with new dogs and that isn't always appreciated! Once she has passed the introductions she loves to play, play, play! She can be pushy and rough so medium to large dogs are probably best for her to play with.
Lacey is house and kennel trained. She goes in her kennel well, but will bark and fuss for a few minutes then settles down. She can be left loose for short periods after she has had some exercise but can entertain herself with chewing if left longer or without enough exercise.
Lacey's exercise needs to be monitored. With all of her injuries her one leg still bothers her if she over does it. Lacey loves to give kisses and cuddle. She has beautiful eyes that you can't help but fall in love with.
Leash walking is a work in progress. Everything outside is so exciting! Dogs need to be barked at and whining is a necessity most of the way!
Lacey is a special girl who will need a special family to help her grow into a wonderful adult dog.
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