• I was very nervous of my foster hooman and surroundings when I first arrived.  I did do wee wee’s in the house even when the door was open so that I could go outside, however 2 days in, and I’ve got used to my new home and so now I use the appropriate place.
  • I’m scared of alarms, especially the one on the cooker and washing machine, but I have overcome my fear of the microwave and it’s ping.  My foster mum has been trying to help me with these things but it takes time and so I’ll need more help with this.
  • I am accepting of other dogs and will play a little once I get to know them but really, I’m quite happy doing my own thing.
  • My recall is pretty good but when I get spooked (which I seem to do at least one/walk) I run off and hide, but with my hooman in sight – when I’m ready I return (tracker advised).
  • I’m very food driven but will require patience as I start to understand, and act on basic commands.
  • I’ve not lived with children but have been around them and am told I was a good girl.
  • I have lived with cats. I liked my cats but others not so much.  I’m trying to tolerate the ones in my foster home and as the days go by I’m becoming more accepting of them…except when I see them outside.
  • I’m quite good at loose lead walking, I do sometime want to pull towards things I find interesting but I’m don’t pull like an over excited train…if there is such a thing.
  • I like my crate especially at night or for a rest when I’m feeling a little anxious as it makes me feel safe.