Bubble Gum is a GORGEOUS but sensitive little girl. This precious nugget is very well mannered in the home, totally house trained who doesn''t make a peep while resting in her crate. She has been crated for up to 4 hours (but we don''t recommend any dog be crated for extended periods on a regular basis), and has been able to sleep and have breaks in a room of her own without any destructive behavior!
Bubble Gum has been in foster for just over a week due to her very timid and shy demeanor so that we can see what sort of personality is hidden under that shyness. We are very happy to report that she is blossoming into a very happy, social girl who just needed out of the shelter! It does take Bubble Gum some time to warm up in new environments and with people, but once she''s had some time to unwind without feeling pressured to interact she warms up and begins to trust her person. One thing we know for sure is she LOVES kids!
This wiggle butt may be shy, but boy does she love to play! Play bows aren''t just for dogs ya know, she will get her humans to play along with her and also encourage some zoomies! She is not possessive of toys or food, though she does like to run around and toss around her toys but easily allows them to be taken from her. She comes with TONS of silly antics! Bubble Gum enjoys being with respectable, well mannered dogs with lower energy.
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