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Beauty is a very gentle soul. She is slow to trust humans but when she does she is so sweet! She is completely crate trained and knows that it is a safe place to go if she gets scared. She is house trained. Beauty loves to play with toys! She likes most dogs she has met- loves puppies immediately and once she gets to know big dogs they become friends too. She likes to run big circles and play chase with big dogs.
Beauty is very particular about her kennel and her food around other dogs- she just wants them to be polite and not barge in. She does need to be fed alone, it makes her feel more secure.
Beauty is great on a least and in a back yard! She loves being outside in the sun and exploring! Running might be too scary on a leash but she loves a good long walk and is a great walking partner!
Once Beauty feels safe and secure she loves to snuggle. She is very low key in the house. When she starts to warm up she likes to approach slowly and give humans one single kiss on the nose.
She has never shown any aggression toward humans, you can tell she wants to be loved and wants to be part of a family. She isn't so sure about small children- she prefers her environment to be much more peaceful and slower paced.
Beauty's ears let you know what she is feeling and kinda look like yoda ears when she is calm and relaxed.
Beauty is a beautiful dog and a great companion! She is ready to learn how to trust and how to give and receive all the love she deserves!
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I have fostered for this rescue for over a year and have successfully placed over 20 dogs for them and only heard wonderful feedback. I am still in contact with quite a few of the adopters and they had a great experience with the rescue. It is sad to see bad reviews because the dogs are like children to the owners and they take the adoptions very seriously. I think people also don't realize that their license is at stake if they don't stick to very stringent rules and parameters and vetting schedules. The state requires certain vetting to be done and they are accountable to show proof of it. If they are shut down, no more dogs are pulled, end of story (literally probably the end of the dogs story). I certainly did have a home check per PACFA regulations and have personally conducted home checks for fosters to be placed. Its impossible to please everyone but be assured the dogs best interest are really at heart with them and they take very good care of their dogs.
I've been fostering (volunteering) for this rescue for about a year