Annie is a beautiful, buff female that is 6-years-old. She came from an Illinois shelter and they believe she came from a breeding facility. She was deemed no longer useful so they dropped her off. She was a timid little lady when she first came in, but now she is sort of the “class clown”, loving any and all attention she can get, positive or negative. She is very food motivated, making her an excellent candidate for some obedience classes with her new family. She loves to keep her foster mom on her toes, finding ways to get to the food, open containers, and open doors. The top of the fridge seems the safest place for food and the garage is the safest place for the garbage can. She is very clever.
Annie has dry eyes and will need eye drops in her eyes daily for the rest of her life, but lets you give them like a champ.
Annie would do well either as a solo act or as part of a doggie family; she gets along with her foster siblings and people with no problems to report. She is housetrained and crate trained. She does not like to be left behind, and if you leave without her she will let you know on your return just how unhappy she is with you. She sleeps with one eye open so you cannot escape her attention for long and she loves to share her love with all.
Annie would best be suited for either a retired single person or couple who can spend much of their days with her. Or possibly an active family that likes to take their pup places with them and can work with her on the separation anxiety issue. She is ready for her new family and her foster family will miss her terribly when she is adopted.