Meet Mrs. Pibbs! A special lady, with special needs, looking for a special home! Mrs. Pibbs has some pretty unique features, both in her looks and personality! While we aren't able to pinpoint exactly what's going on upstairs, Mrs. Pibbs shows signs of a possible neurological disorder. She navigates around really well, but sometimes has to pace the area a few times to get a lay of the land. She has some vision impairment, and has trouble getting up/down stairs. Because she's at a disadvantage when it comes to her sight, she startles incredibly easy, and will whip/snap if approached by an unfamiliar person, or unexpectedly. She has acclimated incredibly well in her foster home, and is gaining her confidence day by day! She's working on her potty training manners, and still has a few `accidents` here and there. She is a `soft spoken` little lady, and RARELY barks. She isn't exactly outgoing with other animals, but does coexist with other small dogs and cats!
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