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Jenny comes to work with me three days a week. She would be an amazing therapy dog. She gently greets everyone who enters the building ( usually about 50 different people a day). She lets anyone/ everyone pet her and hold her. She curls up on the sofas or snuggles in a lap for naps all day long. Jenny also comes to the kids sporting events. Here she is surrounded by kids of all ages and she LOVES young children. She lets children of all ages (1yr old and up) pet her, hold her, and walk her. She is affectionate with all of them. She would be great in a home where she is not left alone for long periods of time - she follows us from room to room because she prefers to be on the company of her humans. She is wonderful on a leash and currently weighs 18 lbs. We have not used a crate for her - she doesn't need it. When left alone she has not been destructive and has had very few accidents. She gets along with our dogs but has no interest in playing with them. She sleeps in bed with us at night, and sleeps until we are ready to get up - usually we are up and moving before her. In short - she is a wonderful dog. If we could afford to care for three dogs we would all want to keep her.'
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