Rainy and her brother Ditch came to my home in an unusual way. Another foster found four pups in a ditch during Houston's recent rains and flooding. She was able to capture only two of the four, but she quickly found her own home at flood risk. Another foster rescued the two pups from her but did not think her available pen was tall enough to hold them. Hence they came to my home and I named then Rainy and Ditch. Rainy is the more laid back of the two and the sweetest. She is still a puppy and has not had a lot of time on a leash. She will walk on a leash but if the environment intimidates her, she might "fold up her landing gear". She loves people, playing with the other dogs and toys. She is food and treat motivated. She also likes walking in the small pool but not sure she is a total water dog. She is on the way to being housetrained but does not live in the house. She lives in an indoor/outdoor kennel and has learned only to go in the outside of the kennel. She should train quickly with crate-training in a home. Rainy is a sweet girl. She has the most beautiful and sweet face, especially her eyes With a little patience and a lot of love, she will make a great addition for a forever family!
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