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At A Glance
Wendy is a lovely petite long hair cream female rescued from the streets of Turkey. Wendy learns very quickly and is already this first day going outside and playing with the other dogs all by herself. She will need some training on walking with a leash and hopefully an increase in appetite. Wendy is very picky eater so far with food and takes a long time to eat-possibly the change to American food. She does like cooked chicken liver, cheese, raw hides, chews on bones but won't eat rice or eggs and barely nibbles on dog food. I did find one dog food she likes but she doesn't eat very much of it and she seems she could gain some weight, but will see after the vet visit.
She finally did her business outside the first night on arrival. She also looked toward the east this morning and did some barking and a few howls. Possibly to let other dogs in Turkey know she has found a safe and wonderful place in Ragom in America. I have included a picture. She did bark a little at her reflection in the patio door too.
Wendy is more of a submissive female and will roll over for belly rubs and loves pets and attention. She did reprimand my other foster (Rusty) that she needed space by a growl and a snap after he was constantly almost on top of her after arrival. He did take the hint and waited for her to relax and everything is fine with them as you can see in photo after a run both are relaxing. Rusty will also eat dirt sometimes and she is watching wondering what this crazy American dog is doing in another picture.
Wendy loves to run outside and play with Eamon the other foster in my care and have included pictures the playing chase.