Poppy is indifferent about her foster siblings and could be placed in a home with a dog or without but potential adopters should not be in search of a playmate for their other animals. Poppy has not barked once despite her noisy foster siblings. She does well in her crate, but obviously has had some bad experiences with being crated and will sometimes whimper or yell upon being let out of her crate. We are trying to change this association but she should not be placed in a home where she will spend hours in a crate each day.
She is also nearly completely potty trained. She is not alerting us when she needs to go, but will hold it until she is let out with the other dogs. Poppy is very happy to be in loving home and wants to always be on the humans now. Someone who could continue to set gentle, firm boundaries as she learns how to be a companion would be best for her.
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