Ginger has been a well loved dog. She is a healthy and happy little girl and only 33 pounds!A bundle of unexpected joy caused Ginger a bit of upset, and after 2 years she has yet to adjust to a small human in the house. After trying training, and activities her family felt she was miserable and needed a new life without them. Ginger is enjoying her foster home. She adores her foster brother and is always ready to play. She has a strong prey drive. She has rooted out a gopher in the yard and killed it. She is interested in birds, but she is not a real “birdy” dog.Her family allowed her on the furniture and she loves sleeping on the sofa and beds. She craves attention and loves to snuggle on the couch to get belly rubs and head rubs. She can get a little nervous when she looses sight of her foster mom, but she does display some independence and can be on her own outside without being accompanied by a human or other dogs.Ginger would thrive in a home where she has another dog to play with. She has a very high level of energy and would do fine with another dog of the same age or younger, ideally a male.If you are interested in learning more about Ginger, please reach out to her foster mom.