Wendy – Adopted!!!
Welcome Wendy Darling, an adorable senior Beagle! Though she is not as young as the majority of ACR’s fosters, she is just as sweet and loveable! There’s nothing wrong with Wendy Darling other than a few missing teeth and kissing too many frogs – those little ‘old lady warts’ on her face… but they’re harmless! She LOVES a good bone but rubber chew toys are better for her teeth.
Wendy has recently discovered children, and man-oh-man are they her favorite humans! You see, that’s a whole lot of additional pets AND they’re super easy to steal food from 😉 Not that she would ever do that… cough cough… but Wendy Darling is an escape artist so it’s important that the little people don’t leave doors open on accident. She also does fine with cats – leaves them alone and doesn’t really care that they’re there. She does fine with other dogs but prefers larger, calmer dogs. She does, however, play around with the puppies that have been in and out of her foster home, baying at them and grooming them, sleeping with them and ‘raising’ them 🙂
Being a Beagle and all, Wendy Darling has the cutest little howl! She only really lets it out when her buddies try to play with her and for squirrels and bunnies! For the most part, she keeps to herself, but if puppies egg her on enough, she’ll let out a good bay! When around new people, Wendy Darling is quite the confident pup. She’ll trot right up and let you know that she is the number one priority, so start petting! Her overall demeanor is a big couch potato, napping all day long. When the leash or food comes out… BAM! She’s a spry little pup, ready to go! You’d have thought she’s never been fed with the way she acts around food! Exercise isn’t high on her priority list, nor is it really all that necessary, but some socialization and mental stimulation is not a bad idea.
Mrs. Wendy Darling is doing better with her housebreaking but still makes mistakes if Foster Mom forgets to let her out regularly. If left in her crate, Wendy Darling will keep it clean and dry through the night. She isn’t terrible in her crate, but there is still room to improve. You see, Wendy Darling has FOMO (fear of missing out) so if she is left in her crate when Foster Mom takes another dog out on a walk, she’ll bark. And if people are still roaming around the house while she is crated, she will stress pant. But she is used to being left in the crate during the day and does fine.
If you’re looking for an adventurous yet lazy fur-baby, Wendy Darling is perfect! With a little more work on her table manners, she’ll be trusted alone in no time. Her preferred sleeping space is on top of the crate, rather than in the crate, so there’s never a dull day. She also loves being outside, napping in the shade and chewing her bones under the bushes. Hurry and adopt this beautiful Beagle before someone else gets a hold of her!
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