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Greta is silly, and very petite.
GENERAL BACKGROUND INFORMATION:
Greta has come from a kenneled environment and is much more comfortable with other dogs than with new people. She did not have the proper and necessary socialization normally given to puppies and had very little human contact, which will require more patience and understanding when adding her to your family.
It is important to realize that there is ALWAYS a period of adjustment when adding a rescue dog to a family, which will take time and patience and understanding. Some require more time and patience than others and there may very well be an issue or two to work through in order to earn their trust and overcome their fears and lack of socialization.
Being in a foster home is her first opportunity to learn to be a real dog. It will only get better once she gets a forever home of her very own where she will progress even faster and further, but it will not happen overnight, but the rewards will be so worth it!
If you are willing to look past the possible initial fear/timidity/apprehension and give a former kenneled dog a chance, realizing they can and will adjust to the life of the pampered pet they were meant to be and should have been their entire lives, they will be the most grateful pet imaginable. They really are eager to please.
Please remember, THERE ARE NO PERFECT DOGS, no matter what the background. Dogs generally become what you make of them through your efforts, love, patience, and understanding. And--if you are willing to overlook their slight imperfections, they will certainly overlook yours!
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Greta is retired from having puppies and is ready to be someone's treasured pet. She is kind of silly. Due to the dark face, it is difficult to get a really good picture of her cute face.
She has not been a pet in the past, so is just now learning house rules. She will need patience and understanding in the housebreaking department, but she does know how to use a doggy door.
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