Raggedy Ann's foster has this to say about her-
For the most part, she is a quiet girl but does bark to go out.
She has mastered the magic mesh screen, to go out with the other dogs.
She will go out to potty, but still needs a little work or good schedule to keep her on track to avoid an accident.
She has been playing with small toys.
She does not like to share her toys, food, with the other dogs, and will let it be known, they are hers!
She prefers to sleep in a small dog bed in the living room.
She has cataracts & does bump into things.
She would do best as the only dog in the house due to her poor eyesight, and lack of sharing.
She will require a canned food, or softened diet for the rest of her life, as she had some pretty bad teeth, and had to have them taken out.
As the foster learns more about her, we will update. Or feel free to apply for her, and learn more.
This animal is apart of our "Seniors For Seniors" program where we offer senior adopters an opportunity to adopt a pet at a discounted fee.
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