Because Twinkle came to RAGOM from an auction, we know very little about her previous life or her living conditions. She was certainly well fed, so we are working on slimming her down a little. We are working on very basic commands as she didn’t even know what “sit” meant.
It took us a few days to get her on a potty schedule, and there have been no accidents since then. She pulls quite a bit on walks, so we are using an easy walk harness. She is getting better with every walk we take, though. Her recall isn’t great, so she will require a fenced-in yard for now.
Unlike most former breeder dogs, Twinkle is in no way withdrawn or shy and readily goes up to strangers for attention. While she does have an outgoing personality, Twinkle will need to have another dog in her forever home.
I think she would get along with just about any dog and I think she would be great with kids 10 and older. She would probably be fine with cats, but has not been tested yet. She certainly loves her foster brother.