Small Dogs: No
FOSTER UPDATE: To Kim, everyone is a friend. If her foster guardians lay on the floor, Kim will be right next to them. When they move from room to room, there’s Kim, right next to them with her head practically in their hands. She can be left alone for a few hours without any signs of anxiety. She is housetrained using a doggie door and not crated because she is well behaved in the home. Kim walks well on the leash, is good in the car, and knows her name. She knows the command ‘sit.’ Kim will focus on small dogs and may have a prey drive, but a quick verbal nudge will refocus her. Kim is frightened by unexpected loud bangs. She will bark a few times, then pant, and pace. When it’s time for the vacuum to make its entrance, Kim shoots through the doggie door. These reactions should abate over time as Kim becomes more acclimated to living in a home environment.