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At A Glance
Amy arrived on Thursday evening. She was surrendered to RAGOM due to a change in circumstances in her owner's lives. She was owned by the same family for her whole nine years. She is a blond, spayed female seeming to be of good weight. According to her records, she is up to date on her shots but we still need to visit the vet in the next week for her wellness check. She met the resident golden plus the two standard poodles I was babysitting and all was well. She was snarked at by the older female poodle, but she acted appropriately so nothing more happened. The poodles left the next day and all has been peaceful since.
She made it through a work-day on Friday...which at my house means an eight-hour work day with an hour freedom at lunch. She came with a crate and the surrendering owner says she goes into the crate when nobody is home and so far we've been sticking to that. She goes right into the crate. In fact, she does whatever you tell her....come, sit, down....she is a very nice dog.
She ignores the cat and is moderately interested in the house rabbit, but not intensely interested. I'll write more as I get to know her. First impressions are that she's a great dog, young acting for nine-years-old, I'll know more next update as I'll know her better.