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Porcha was abandoned, left to fend for herself. She arrived in rescue extremely scared and covered in fleas, to the point that her skin was bleeding. That was about a month ago. The difference in this dog is amazing. Her skin has almost cleared up, and she is learning to interact with other dogs, without fear. The vet thinks she is about 3 years. She is now spayed and current on her vaccinations, Porcha is housetrained, knows "sit", "come" and "shake". She is an active dog and will need lots of exercise. She currently is in fosters care with farm animals, and she loves to herd the goats! She has done well here with all the dogs in our foster care, however, when she gets nervous, she chatters and becomes submissive.
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Tigger looks like a lap cat. He's really handsome! Is he litter box trained, like dry or wet food, used to being indoors? How does he deal with children (visitors)?