Special home requirements or medical: quiet home for now
Blossom is a very shy girl and will hide when meeting someone new. But once she opens up she goes belly up and loves her belly rubs. She is a very gentle girl, is good with other dogs, and warms up to people when she feels secure. She is not potty trained but seems to be wee pad trained. She is good in her crate during the day, but cries at night. Once she feels safe and secure in a loving home, this behavior should stop. She needs some training on walking on a leash as she tends to dart around. Blossom is a fence climber so she needs a secure home. With a little patience and kindness, Blossom will be a wonderful addition to your home.
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