Weight: 7.8 lbs.----------
Health: This poor little girl had painful Pyometra and horrible nasty teeth. We fixed her right up though and she is no longer suffering. She is very healthy now and growing in a beautiful coat of hair. She's going to be gorgeous. --------------
Temperament: She is fearful but getting handled a lot. We are hoping to teach her that not all people are bad. She is very quiet and stays in her bed most of the day. She gets up and goes out the doggie door several times a day. She doesn't like banging noises so she will go outside and wait until it's over. She's got a long ways to go before she will be a normal dog. I do not recommend her for a family with small children. I'm pretty sure she would bite a child that mishandled her. She watches everyone very carefully and will tolerate being picked up if you are gentle and talk sweet to her. She loves her nightly chew treats and she's a good eater. She is liking our routine around here. -------------
Where did she come from: Puppy Mill Survivor-----------
Ambitions: To find the perfect furrever home-----------
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