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    Hi all! Thank so much for all of the advice! Just a quick update - Nina is adjusting and is happier and more active every day!!! She is such a sweet girl and an all-around awesome dog. We have found that she does bark and 'growl' when people stand in certain places, but it's 100% non-aggressive - she's usually wagging her tail when she does it, silly girl. We're working on that but are no longer worried or nervous about it. We took her to the vet on Saturday and she's totally healthy! She needs surgery to be spayed and for her eyes, but other than that, she's a perfect girl. Thanks again everyone!!

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    Awww sooo sweet of you to adopt her. That is awesome.

    Maybe it is not an agression. Anytime me and my boyfriend hug or kiss Brodie jumps in the middle of us and breaks us apart. Even if we hold hands he puts his head in our hands and pushes until our hands come apart. Also, if I am laying on couch watching TV and not paying Brodie attention he will start barking/growling at me because he wants attention.

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    So happy she is doing better and adjusting. Thanks so much for adopting her, she is a beauty. Since she is 10 yrd, I don't think I would chance putting her under to have her spayed. I am one for neutering and spaying animals, but not at her age. Just a thought. Oh and welcome to the site.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brieandbob View Post
    Hi all! Thank so much for all of the advice! Just a quick update - Nina is adjusting and is happier and more active every day!!! She is such a sweet girl and an all-around awesome dog. We have found that she does bark and 'growl' when people stand in certain places, but it's 100% non-aggressive - she's usually wagging her tail when she does it, silly girl. We're working on that but are no longer worried or nervous about it. We took her to the vet on Saturday and she's totally healthy! She needs surgery to be spayed and for her eyes, but other than that, she's a perfect girl. Thanks again everyone!!
    What great news..... keep us posted and be sure to post more pictures too!!
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