Bella's original owners left her on a chain outside. Her original owners were evicted and they left her there. The neighbors fed Bella, then she went to a foster home. Bella's foster said she was destructive. I have had ZERO ISSUES WITH HER BEING DESTRUCTIVE. If Bella is going to be left alone, she does need to be crated or she will be destructive. Bella is fully vaccinated,on monthly heart worm & flea prevention, gets monthly baths, microchipped, spayed, crate trained, eats well, responds to training very well, VERY high energy!!!,VERY AFFECTIONATE AND LOVING. Bella is a phenomenal dog but needs to be the ONLY dog in the home. She doesn't attack other dogs and appears to get along at first. She attacked my senior twice requiring medical attention. In order for Bella to have a successful adoption, she ABSOLUTELY MUST BE THE ONLY DOG IN THE HOME. A fenced in back yard is a must due to her high energy. Bella LOVES to run and play in the backyard and has not even attempted or been interested in jumping the fence. Bella also loves going on walks. She definitely needs leash training. Due to her horrible start in life, it's amazing she's as well adjusted as she is. Please help us find a furever home for this sweet loving girl. A home with experienced pet owners who are willing to work with and train her. She responds great to positive reinforcement training. Thanks for reading about her!