Somewhere along the way, she developed separation anxiety so she'll react in a "panic" if she thinks her person is abandoning her. At her foster home, she carries on for a few minutes but then settles down and goes to sleep while her foster mom is at work all day. The rest of the time, she has dog door access and free run of the house. She may bark once in a while or whine if you leave her then, but nothing remarkable.
She just doesn't want to feel that she's trapped and has no options. She does not disrupt her foster home at all.
Sally Ann loves other dogs and she even likes dog-friendly cats. If the cat runs, she will chase it but if the cat is willing, she will gladly wrestle with it. She likes to get in a game of chase or tug if another dog is willing but she has lived so much of her life as an only dog, she can handle being by herself if she has to. Her foster mom thinks she would be very happy with a young male dog to play with if you've got one. As I said, a girl gets lonely so why live alone if you don't have to.
Sally is about 15" tall and was quite thin when she first came to HBHR but a stay along the way really packed the lbs. on her so she is currently on a diet. She's got about five lbs. to loose and then she will have her nice waistline back. She is HW negative, has great manners, is very quiet but not suited for an apartment.
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