Midge showed up in a shelter as a stray and did not appear to have lived in a home ever. She didn't know "sit" and cowered whenever we'd call her for a "here" or "come". Even though she has shown some initial fear if people come walking up to her too fast, she has never once growled or shown any form of aggression. After realizing she won't be hurt, she LOVES to be as close as possible to her people. If we had to guess what her life was like, it appears she lived closely with other dogs, so either outside in a kennel or running around outside. She is quickly learning though as she has a strong desire to stay close to her person and LOVES treats!
She is great with other dogs and enjoys play bowing to ask other dogs to play and has very appropriate dog language. She goes to doggie daycare every day and plays with her friends. Her ability to ready other dogs is tip top and she just backs down away from those that either don't like her or aren't her preference. She has ignored the cats so far.
She needs to stay with her foster Mom a little longer as she does have heartworms. Applications can be sent in, but she should be ready to go to her forever home by mid to late November. She currently is being fostered just north of Greensboro, NC in Madison, NC.
Midge would be a great companion for a
1) A family with or without children (so far she's been great with them!) that was very active on a daily basis
2) A family with at least one other dog to play with her
3) A family that wanted to do agility or other sports with her (know that she needs more obedience)
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