Lilly came to us after there was an incident with another dog and her owners didn't want her anymore. Lilly is great with people but she probably didn't get the proper socialization as a puppy and has no idea how to behave around other dogs. She is not aggressive but she is scared of them if they try to interact with her. We have had her with several different, very social males and she does not not enjoy being around them. So we are going to make sure she goes to a home where she is the only dog and where she will be happy with her people. We do not have small children or cats here so we have no idea how she might be with them. We would have to do an introduction to find out if somebody wanted to adopt her and had either one. Lilly does know a few commands and really like treats so using that to train her would be easy. We are guessing she might be house trained but that information was not collected from the previous owners so it is just a guess. She is already fixed, current on her shots and microchipped so she is ready to go home now.
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