Sue Ann may experience the world a little different than her dog friends, but as far as she's concerned, she's just a playful, silly puppy! Sue Ann loves playing with her fur foster siblings. The second she landed in her foster home, they were racing around and flapping jowls in the back yard. She definitely has a typical rough, bully play style, so she'd do best with a playmate that is ok with this. She also isn't shy at all around new people, wanting snuggles and pets immediately from everyone she meets. Sue Anne was born blind in one eye, with partial sight in the other, and totally deaf due to her breeder attempting to achieve a rare and desireable set of traits for her. She can definitely find her favorite things and people and get into plenty of mischief, though. She even managed to grab the tablecloth off the dining table in her foster home and run through the house with it celebrating!
Sue Ann's foster has been working on training her by establishing a predictable potty and eating routine, as well as using some hand signals to get her attention, and we hope her new family will continue to work on this structure with her. Sue Ann also prefers to dine and receive snacks alone, which is understandable since it could be so easy for another dog to sneak up on her and take her food! We'd recommend a home without stairs she'll need to traverse, since it's challenging for her to figure them out. And Sue Ann is currently living with a cat, who she tends to ignore.