Little Miss Sophie is a cute little senior gal that would make a great companion in a household with other mature dogs/cats. She currently lives in a foster home with three larger dogs and three young cats. Sophie adapted quickly to her foster home's routine and appears to be potty trained and gets along well with her foster siblings. She especially likes the handsome larger boy dogs in the house and sometimes initiates a little bit of gentle play and tail wagging. Within a week of joining the household, she learned to howl with the other dogs (husky and hound mixes) and it's pretty adorable when she does.
Sophie also enjoys lounging in one of the comfy dog beds or looking out the window - the dog bed by the window is her favorite. And it didn't take her longer than her first night to learn about after-dinner "chewies" and take her place with everyone else to get hers.
She's fine with the kitties, too! But maybe a house with adult cats would be better, as she's not fond of the kittens when they attack her tail - we can't really blame her for that. Sophie would probably do best in a home with no children, or older children that understand she's a more mature girl and don't expect her to play all the time.
If you'd like a companion like this sweet little lady that's easy to please and low-maintenance, then Sophie might be your girl! Apply to adopt her today!
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