[Read About Natural Incontinence Care] Freya was picked up in Riverside CA 2 1/2 years ago with clear signs that she had been used as a breeder in a puppy mill. She had almost no social skills and was clearly abused and neglected. I adopted her at that point and she's come a long way since then. Though she's still hardwired to be wary, she now loves affection from her chosen few. She especially loves my 6 year old grandson. She had learned to recognize when she needs to pee but can't hold it very long. So a stable routine with plenty of outdoor time works best for her. She only rarely pees inside now and that usually because I've missed the routine. She making progress with leash training but is a master at slipping her collar if she gets the chance. She loves riding in the car and gets along well with male dogs but not females. She won't pick a fight but doesn't back down if another dog comes at her. So she's not a good candidate for dog park adventures but, as an older dog, she spends a lot of time sleeping anyway. She's overall a sweet and loving animal with anyone who's patient and willing to keep a routine with her. She's had her dental work done and the vet says she in very good health. It breaks my heart to let her go but am moving to a small upstairs apartment on a busy city street so won't have the yard she needs to keep her safe.