Cranberry has the best personality which makes it so easy for her to get along with other dogs. She loves to play either by herself or with other dogs. She loves running around the yard and playing with the resident dog and she understands when it's time to just stop when the other dog has enough. Cranberry's foster home has 2 cats and she has become friends with one of them. She loves to sit and watch the resident cat run up & down the cat tree and she even lets the cat pet her nose! The other cat just isn't sold on "dogs" yet.
Cranberry enjoys car rides but has a hard time sitting in the back seat. She much rather be in the front passenger seat either by herself or on your lap. Cranberry is great around kids and enjoys their company. She is learning her manners but is just a happy girl. She aims to please and is a quick learner. Everyone loves Cranberry, even our vet and he couldn't get over how wonderful she was! I think that says something right there if a vet comments about her!
**Since Cranberry loves other dogs so much, we are only pursuing applications that have other dogs in the home in order to satisfy Cranberry's need to be social with other dogs**
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