What a difference a week makes! When I got her she was so scared, today she is a complete lovebug. Yesterday, we were finally able to go on a walk on a leash. She was terrified of the harness and leash. She wouldn't walk, she would just sit there. If you tried to make her walk she would bite at the leash. Now, while she is still unsure of putting on the harness, she will walk on the leash. We have some training to do, as she is still nervous about being outside and will stick to your leg sometimes, I'm sure we will gain her confidence over time. The best part is now that she will work outside we can work on potty training! There is definitely work to be done as she will even eliminate in her crate, which she LOVES! You can point at her crate and she will go directly to it and sit inside. She is also a fantastic passenger in the car. She simply curls up in the backseat and she is good for any road trip. We've successfully transitioned her off of wet food to strictly dry food and she is very excited for meal time. The best part is how funny and sweet she is. She loves to snuggle, she wants to go where you go and wants to be touching you at all times. If you aren't loving on her she will give you a little bark to remind you that she is there. She does well with other dogs, though has some jealousy when you love on them and not her - she will simply slide herself between you and the other dog. For a dog under a year old, she is pretty calm and hasn't really tried to get into anything (no chewing inappropriate things).
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