She is very happy girl who loves to snuggle up with her foster family and enjoys playing with (&destroying) toys.
She also likes to dig holes in the garden! She has shown resource guarding behaviour for her bed/toys around other dogs & people in her first foster home.
However when this is managed by feeding everyone separately it has not been a problem.
Historically she has been unhappy when woken up with a start and she would growl.
This has not been an issue in her latest foster home.
Anny can be a bit wary at first, particularly of men. She is very much a female orientated dog.
But once she is comfortable her tail is always wagging.
Anny needs a family willing to give her time and patience whilst her confidence grows. Any prospective adopters would need to have experience with dogs.
Anny needs an active family who have lots of time to spend with her and someone willing to continue with her training.
She is doing well on walks but is still nervous when in built up, busier areas. She has been known to jump baby gates at her foster home, so she will need a secure garden with high fencing. Anny enjoys 2 x 1 hour off leash walks with her current foster family.
She is good with other dogs on walks. She can live in a home with another dog (or more) if she was able to have her own space when resting/sleeping. Anny’s ideal play mates would be young, fit able dogs with energy in abundance as she has no limits to her desire for play.
Anny does not like to be left completely alone but is fine when left with the other resident dogs when her humans go out.
She would prefer not to live with cats or children.
Anny is spayed and weighs around 20kg.[/ultimate_heading]