Annie - Adopted!

Name(s): Annie
Age: 10 yrs. old
Size (weight): 8.5 lbs.
Coat & colour: Smooth, red with a frosty face
Temperament: Quiet, happy, a bit nervous if you approach her too quickly
Good with Dogs:: Yes
Good with Cats: Unknown
Good with Kids: Older, because can be quite nervous
Needs another Dog: No
Needs to be an only Dog: No, but better with dogs over 5 years of age
Housetraining: 100% and inside on pee pad
Suitable for an Apartment: Yes; only barks if others dogs bark, if someone is at the door, or when watching TV
Origin: Stray
Adoption Fee? $250

And now a few words from me:
Hi, my name is Annie. I am a small, pretty girl with a frosty face. I love being with my foster mom, so I’m never too far away from her. I love to watch TV with her and cuddle on her lap. I am a very quiet girl and I prefer a calm environment. My foster family has 4 dogs and they have too much energy for me. Sometime I try to play with them, but not roughly. I am good with big or small dogs. I don’t like to be surprised by humans or dogs because it frightens me. I like to sleep with foster mom in the big bed under the blanket, but I can sleep in my dog bed on the floor too. I like to go out and I am good on leash, but I don’t like car rides. I am not a barker but join the resident dogs when they bark. I am a good listener too. I am looking for a home with a calm environment and someone who can be with me a part of the day.

And now a few words from my foster family:
Annie is a pretty girl and a little sweetheart. When she came into foster care she was a bit nervous and she isolated herself. After 3 weeks, she became more comfortable with my dogs. She is my shadow and follows me everywhere in the house. She likes to be on my lap or beside me when I sit watching TV; she barks at the TV when she sees animals or movement on the screen. She does not like to be in your arms and when she wants to come on the couch, she turns herself to be picked up sideways. Annie is very quiet and only barks when someone comes to the door. She is doing well on a leash but does not like car rides. At times she can be quite nervous in the car. Annie is underfoot a fair bit, because she follows me everywhere, which can sometimes cause issues because she’s so little, you don’t always see her coming! She is adorable and affectionate. A retired human(s) that is looking for a great solo companion would be the ideal home for Annie.