27 Jan 2017: Tina has adjusted so nicely to "home" life and truly is a special girl. She goes with the flow of the other dogs and is still quite curious about the cats. She enjoys having her face and belly rubbed. She has some dry skin on her face around her surgical site and likes a blanket to rub her face on. She isn't crazy about her kennel but doesn't protest going in, she just gives you a sad look when you put her in there. She has shown no signs of being
destructive at all and ... consistently does her business outside. She will bark to go outside and she will bark if she is excited or hungry. She is a slow easy walker on leash and doesn't pull. Even with some visual challenges she doesn't have issues making her way around the house or yard. She enjoys a good brushing and her fur is just so incredibly soft. She is an older girl with lots to offer...
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