Well hello my name's Harlow! I came into Caring Hands as a stray that had been living down in a creek all by myself. So as a result, I can be a little shy around new people at first, but don't worry, I tend to warm up to people rather quickly. In fact, once I have gotten used to people, I love being around, interacting, and playing with men, women, and children. Speaking of playing with, I love to go outside where I can run around and chase my human friends, and play with toys such as soft squeaky toys. Like I've mentioned before, I was found living outside, so I'm not sure if I've ever been an indoor dog in my past, but I don't have very many if any accidents in my cage or during office time. Though I do tend to get a little anxious and try to get out of the office, if I'm in there all by myself. When I've meet other dogs here at Caring Hands, I've done pretty well with them. I'm still trying to learn the command sit, and I could use some help learning to walk without pulling so much on the leash. So if you are wanting to add a unique looking gal, that loves to give you kisses,and that will help guide and protect you through your long journey together, then come on down and meet me!
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