Hazel has been in a foster home for a month and her foster family has learned the following:
Hazel is good with dogs and cats. She is getting a little more curious about cats, but not in a bad way.
Hazel is a sweet girl that does not seek out attention and is a little unsure about it when she receives it. She would do well in a home with another dog to help her gain some confidence and learn how to be a dog. She is a little nervous about little children with too much energy, so a home with either older children or no children would be best.
She is house trained (has access to a doggie door 24/7 with flaps open).
No need to crate her as she has never damaged anything or had an accident in the house.
She sleeps either on the couch, in her doggie bed or with her humans.
She has no interest in toys. Spends most of her day sleeping on the couch.
She enjoys going for short walks and does well on leash.
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