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She's busy in the house, wants to know what's in every drawer we open and often needs something to chew although she has never chewed on the furniture nor our clothes. We live on a farm; she loves being outside which we are a lot and she sticks right with us, so far at least.
As time has gone on and we have learned more about Bailey, we have found her to be persistently “growly” in the presence of other dogs. This is in the interest of maintaining her relationship with her chosen person. She has been corrected in this behavior multiple times without great success. Other dogs, including two young puppies here for a weekend, tend to ignore her, which ultimately results in a fairly peaceful co-existence. Bailey has recently condescended to join her foster’s personal Border Collie in barking at squirrels, people on the road, people at the door, and the occasional imaginary threat. There is a chance that, down the road, Bailey will consider playing with another dog. But I wouldn’t count on that.