19 Nov 2016: Athena was surrendered as a stray so her past behavior around dogs is unknown. When off leash with dogs at the Care Center, Athena displays loose and wiggly body language when greeting male and female dogs. Athena engages in both gentle play and high energy play, adapting to her play partner. She is tolerant of mounting behavior. She is utilized as a social greeter dog, tolerating mounting and vocal play styles. Throughout all interactions, she continues to solicit play. The Behavior Department recommends that Athena be placed in a home with dogs that match her playful behavior. ** Social Greeter Dog ** 11/8: Athena displays soft, loose and wiggly body language when greeting a novel male dog. She displays bouncy body language while interacting with him and is tolerant of his mounting behavior. 11/9-11/16: In a group of playful female dogs, Athena engages in both gentle play and high energy play, adapting to her play partner. She displays loose and wiggly body language throughout all interactions. She is utilized as a social greeter dog, tolerating mounting and vocal play styles. Throughout all interactions, she continues to solicit play
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