Of course, her sniffer works overtime because she doesn't get out of the crate much. There's not much left to sniff in there, so when she gets out in the yard for a potty break, she takes advantage of it. Right now Bronx is stuck at the vet while we wait for someone to step up and foster her.
Bronx has what is known as a "cherry eye." We are looking into having it repaired.
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