Panda has fractured left femur and had surgery on 6/18. Will need 6-8 weeks of foster to heal.Panda was in a foster home and this is what my FCP had to say about me!Panda is a sweetheart. She was hesitant at first but once I pet her she leaned into me and was a cuddle bug. We were pals within five minutes. She did the same with the rest of our family. She got excited around our 4-year-old initially, but always nice. She has puppy energy and wants to play but eventually, she got used to the usual noise of a house with kids and was already making sure every family member was OK and looking for people when they were gone. She told me when she needed to go outside by sitting at the back door, after going frequently out with her the first couple of days. As long as you love Panda, she will love you. She did great with house visitors. Due to her injury, we never had her visit with dogs but she would bark and want to play with dogs that walked by when we sat on the front porch. Like any young dog, she will benefit from some training but she was already listening to commands and following directions. Definitely keep her busy with chew toys and eventually walks and fetch because she loves to play. She is so incredible and we were lucky to foster her -- she's worth the investment of the injury and healing, trust me. I would keep her if I didn't learn I have an allergy.
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