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Additional info: Iggy, was taken into the shelter as a stray. She was very shy at first and had separation anxiety. She is so much better and doesn't cry in her crate at all when left alone. She is easy going and clingy. Iggy is very sweet and generally not at all aggressive although she does exhibit some leash aggression and she does very well with other dogs although she needs a little more work on sharing her food. She is currently in foster care with another dog and they play together constantly. We think she'd love to share her forever home with another dog. She is a gentle low energy kind of a gal who just loves to hang around with her person.
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