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; ; * FOSTER NOTES * 10/28/16- Barbie is definitely doing much better now that she has a kennel she can curl up in in a quiet house. She is still skittish and seeing a lot of things for the first time, like stairs (no way, ok maybe), umbrellas (WTF), pugs (weird), and the ocean (too big to escape), but she's gaining confidence everyday and learning that not everything wants to hurt her. She likes getting in the car now and is a great ride along. Her personality is still coming out, but she's very attentive, a quick learner, and a very well-behaved indoors. She kennels herself whenever she's bored, which is basically whenever I'm sitting down, but if I'm moving around the house she has to come with me to make sure I get there. She'll bark if people are coming over, sometimes, but I live in a pretty active house so she's getting over that. Out of the five people that live in my house, she's bonded with me and really likes one of my male roommates. The other three males she's pretty unsure about, but she isn't aggressive with them and I expect she will learn to like them. We've had a lot of people over and she's not comfortable enough to be touched by them, but she'll pass out and sleep.
; She is the clumsiest adult dog I've ever seen, and my family must of owned/fostered well over a dozen dogs while I was growing up. I don't think she grew up with any activity, as her feet are still quite soft, or she is younger than we think she is. She was just spayed on Tuesday so we're taking it very easy right now, but I'm hoping she'll really come out of her shell once we start doing much more active things.
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