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; Foster notes: Circus has been in our home for four weeks now and is doing great! At first she was very shy and fearful, especially with my male partner. After a few days, Circus didn't growl at him, and after 1 week they were able to cuddle and play together with no issues. She takes a while to warm up with new people, but treats, baby voice' and slow pets really help. ;
; Circus gets along great with every dog and cat we have met. She LOVES the dog park! When we go to Pt Isabel she trots along right next to me and comes back when I call her name and give a treat. Her recall is getting better every day. She is so spunky and adorable. ;
; At home Circus shares food, toys and dog beds gracefully with my dog and cats. When I leave she goes into her crate, with plenty of treats inside of course. She will chew on a good bone or hoof quietly. She is a HUGE snuggler- she basically has no sense of personal space. She loves giving kisses and as I am typing this came to find me and is sleeping on my lap. ;
; Overall Circus would be a perfect companion dog, with or without other animals around- maybe best with one person in the home and a quiet environment- she could get used to more people around but needs lots of TLC.
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