Ethel has found her forever home!
Bio from Lucy and Ethel’s foster. Tina only had them for one night but wanted to share what she learned in that short time:
When they were picked up from the shelter we were told they can jump a 4ft chain link fence. They didn’t try this at the shelter or my house but the ACO said when they caught them they jumped a fence.
Lucy (white chest) is more shy than Ethel.
Both girls are able to eat and drink from the same bowls together.
They both play well with other dogs of all sizes.
Ethel tries to lead you when walking on a leash but not overbearing. While Lucy likes to walk right beside you. Both did great in a car.
They both are good with adults, both male and female. They are both good with kids of all ages as I have 14 grandkids (as young as 2 yrs old) and most of them have meet these 2 sweeties.
They appear to be crate trained and house broke.
They both seemed jumpy of loud noises and quick movements. It could have been nerves of a new environment.