2 May 2017: She has no known illnesses or injuries and did not go for a vet visit while with her adopted family. Socialization: Around strangers Angel is outgoing and friendly. She has spent time with two children, ages 14 & 16, in the home and was relaxed with them. When a few of the children’s friends came over and they were running around and yelling, Angel did bark. She has come across other dogs in the building and hasn’t been reactive towards all, but to some will lunge and bark. At the dog park, Angel has been somewhat rough when she plays. She has not spent time with cats or other pets. She has not bitten another animal or person. Behavior: Angel’s new owners reported her as instigating fights with other dogs. Other than that she is well-behaved. During storms she isn’t bothered. Angel isn’t bothered when someone touches her food or bowl while eating, takes a bone or toy away, is pushed off furniture, is restrained, is disturbed while sleeping, when someone unfamiliar approaches her family member. Angel was brushed, bathed and received a nail trim at the groomers and wasn’t bothered. She barks when the doorbell rings and when someone unfamiliar approaches her house. For new family: Angel’s owners describe her as friendly, affectionate, playful with people. Her activity level is medium. They love that she is sweet, affectionate, sleeps on their bed, and likes to go on long walks. At home Angel will stay in her favorite spot. She like balls and tug toys. She has been kept mainly indoors. She sleeps in a locked crate in the owner’s bedroom. She eats Taste of the Wild 2xday. She likes greenies and dried meat treats. She is housetrained and has only 2 accidents. She potties on the grass/cement. She is well-behaved when left alone. She was being crate trained, was good for up to 4 hours. She knows “Sit and Stay” commands. She likes brisk walks on leash for exercise and pulls lightly on the leash. At the offleash dog park, she wanders but comes when called
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