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Greetings, my name is Baby. I spent time in a great foster home where they discovered that I get along well with cats and other dogs. I am used to using a crate and am house trained too. I am also very good at staying off of the couch and bed. I am sweet, cuddly and love to be held. Come in and adopt me today.”
5/11/2019: Baby is doing well with her play dates with other dogs and enjoys spending time in the yard. She is still working on being okay meeting new people but is happiest with people she knows. Baby will be most content in a quiet environment and may not want to meet all of your friends. She loves cuddling and spending time with you and will be eagerly waiting for you at the door when you get home.
4/28/2019: Baby seems a little overwhelmed here. Meeting so many new people can make her nervous so going slow and giving her time to get to know you is important. She bonds quickly and once she recognizes you is eager to spend time with you.