Sweet and Petite! This black and white beauty is Emma. When you first see her in her kennel, she may seem distracted, but that''s only because Emma can''t hear very well. Once she sees you though, she''ll light up and dance her way over to say hello.Emma is a smart, people focused girl, so we don''t see her hearing loss as being an issue. She''s lovely on a leash, and she checks in regularly with her handler. Once she catches your eye, she''ll grin and then trot along. Emma loves her treats, too, and already knows sit. If you use hand signals, treats, and positive reinforcement there will be no limits as to what this soft smarty can learn. Emma is a bit shy around other dogs, so would do best with a mild mannered male to help her out of her shell at her own pace. Once she''s relaxed, she''s shown that silly and playful side. Emma hasn''t always had it so great, she came in with burns on her neck from a bark collar. She is seeking a kind, loving family that will help her develop confidence and who will treat her as a true member of the family. We think Emma will be great with kids and wants nothing more than to be beside you on the couch before your next family movie night. If you can offer Emma the loving and stable home she deserves, please come on down and meet this darling girl today. Bring on the popcorn kisses!
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