**PLEASE READ IF INTERESTED**** I rescued her from one of my students a few months ago. Unfortunately, she cannot stay with us. She lived with her previous family all 8 years of her life and I found that they caged her most of it. She didn't get the love and attention she deserved. She grew up with little dogs and also does well with larger. She is a TOTAL sweetheart, I have not had any issues with her temperament, attitude, potty training, anything. However, she has lots of anxiety due to abandonment from her previous family. She has separation anxiety but it comes and goes. She is not spayed. I buy calming drops to put in her water and I have found that it also helps and she has Prozac prescribed to her to help her anxiety that she takes daily with no issue. When she is anxious she will drool and lick excessively. If she is playing with a toy, she will put it on her hip while she's laying down. She needs someone who will be patient with her and has friends to play with to keep her busy. She loves walks (long or short) and playing catch. She is protective and loving. I have not ever wondered if she would harm anyone in my family. She is cage trained (she knows 'go home'). She can sit, jump, lay down. Although, she is 8 years old, she definitely still has a lot of energy in her. She is house broken so you won't expect any surprises inside your home. She also has her rabies shots and I have the documentation to prove it. If you are interested in her, I need to make sure that she will go to her furever home so I will have questions for you. And introductions so that she gets to know you before she leaves my home. She comes with all the food I have for her, toys, cage, beds, water bowls, leash, collar, calming drops, blanket, all of her brushes, medication, and diapers (because again, she is not spayed). I will give you all the information I know about her and will do my best to help her transition into your family. I will be available for questions as long as you have them. We love her to pieces and wish we could keep her but she deserves better.