Name of Foster DOG:
* Primary Breed
German Shepherd Dog
* Mixed Breed
Tricolor (Brown, Black & White)
* Size when grown:
Date of Birth
(if known or best guess):
* Level of blindness:
* Cause of eye issues:
She was born blind
Elsa is a loving puppy who enjoys? being
outside but will need a fenced in yard. She is not possessive over toys or food. She enjoys playing with the other dogs and cats. Elsa is ?crate? trained?;? she sleeps through the night and awakens when she hears you moving around. We are working on leash training. Potty training is still in the works, ?but ?
she is understanding now that when she has to go, to go to the door. She gets excited when she knows people are around, ?and ?she nibbles on the bottom of pant legs?. We use a tin can with pennies in to stop that. Elsa will need dishes with rubber bottoms ?because she sticks her foot in them to hold ?them
down. Elsa does not like to be picked up but we are working on that. She is an energetic loving puppy. When calling her name?,? Elsa does respond.
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