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Area festivals are held in various parts of Wales from February to May and the six highest marked productions are selected to appear at the Wales Final Festival of One-Act Plays. The festivals provide an opportunity for amateur companies to appear in new and varying venues before widely differing audiences; to receive constructive criticism from a qualified adjudicator, and to compare the standard of their own work with that of the other companies taking part.

For audiences, the public adjudication of performances offers a deeper understanding and appreciation of theatre. The production will be directed by Alexander Wright. Further information on the project will be given when auditions with individuals have been confirmed. Please contact Melanie Jones melanie.

If successful, you will be offered the choice to be double-cast, sharing a role with another performer. Rustle Up Productions are looking for extras based in or near Cardiff for a short film. A bit of background about the film. Taking Flight are an award winning inclusive theatre company based in Cardiff, working with access at the heart of the creative process. This production of The Tempest will push boundaries and requires actors who are not afraid of hard work or challenges both in the rehearsal room and on tour.

A good sense of humour and excellent work ethic are essential. Also desirable but not essential are actors with the following skills: driving license and willingness to drive on tour, ability to play a portable musical instrument, a strong singing voice, good movement skills, touring experience, a base in South Wales. The tour is to some of the most beautiful venues in Wales, actors will need to be prepared for the vigour of touring outdoors — we perform whatever the weather and it does rain in Wales!

This tour is funded by Arts Council Wales. Please email submissions to elise takingflighttheatre. Please send a CV, headshot and cover email explaining why you are interested in working with Taking Flight. Want to perform at RawFfest? Less than two weeks to submit your proposals online! This is your chance to apply to be part of the festival at Wales Millennium Centre, 25 Apr Are you… part of a youth performance group that will have a great show ready for Easter next year? Deadline to book your place is 10th May She like to play with chew bones. She like to play fetch, chase and tug.

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She is mostly indoors. She eats Pedigree 1 big bowl a day. She likes variety of dog treats. She is partially house trained because owner never had Diamond on a schedule. She has been crate trained and stayed in the crate up to 8 hours a day. She knows commands sit, come,stay and down.

She barks when she is being hold and restrained. She remains tense and chooses to avoid handlers during one-one interactions; Diamond has been observed to escalate to growling and lip raising when startled or approached suddenly. Out of concern for her stress levels and handler safety, an assessment will not be attempted at this time. Summary:: According to Diamond's previous owner, she not been socialized with other dogs while in their care. She does not approach the male and ignores him for the entire session.

She remains fearful, but explored the yard and briefly greeted the male as they passed each other. The male became fixated on her genitals so Diamond self-handicapped she sat down and then walked away when the male was interrupted by handlers. New Hope Only: Diamond's previous owner reports fearful behavior in line with what has been observed in the care center. Doe, Love, and Adorable: Don't let the doe eyes fool you. Probably someone on the spectrum or a foreveralone. The ominous observer feelings ranging from hatred and jealousy to an unequivocal need to care for and posses me, and myself almost exclusively because imagine thinking moids could bare not considering every other piece of ass in front of them.

Biologically impossible. And in this fantasy he loses himself and daydreams all day for months to come of stalking and And in this fantasy he loses himself and daydreams all day for months to come of stalking and contemplating In a perfect world he would resemble Dylann Roof in style and looks. Call me crazy. The fox is not a little orange puppy dog with doe eyes and a waggly tail.

It's a disease-ridden wolf with the morals of a psychopath and the teeth of a great white shark. Doe, Facebook, and Friends: pretended to be a girl on a rape survivor forum and infiltrated the lives of victims to manipulate them It was a slow burn. A slow poison. I signed in and iust posted a bit, Lurked some, Etc, Soon had become online-friends with some of the girls. We talked in PMs. I got some jui info on their stories ciy The forum was aftersilence. Its great fun. It you get really close to the girls they often give you their Facebook and you can see their face and put a face to the story.

Visualize those doe-eyes getting raped. Fucking LOL l even messaged one girl on her social media, but this time as an anonvmous man, I told her she deserved to get raped and just freaked her the fuck out. Doe, Eyes, and Doe Eyes. Doe, Hello, and Big: Big kitten doe eyes. Beautiful, Doe, and Aquarius: The Signs' Beautiful Features Aries: muscle structure Taurus: doe eyes Gemini: youthfulness Cancer: emotive eyes Leo: mane of hair Virgo: gentle features Libra: dimpled cheeks Scorpio: deep, intense eyes Sagittarius: glowing smile Capricorn: cheekbones Aquarius: hypnotic eyes Pisces: bone structure We are all beautiful.

Beautiful, Doe, and Aquarius: The Signs' Beautiful Features Aries: muscle structure Taurus: doe eyes Gemini: youthfulness Cancer: emotive eyes Leo: mane of hair Virgo: gentle features Libra: dimpled cheeks Scorpio: deep, intense eyes Sagittarius: glowing smile Capricorn: cheekbones Aquarius: hypnotic eyes Pisces: bone structure Zodiac signs best features. Adored her parents, a small dog and a CAT! She never thought her perfect life would end. But when her parent got too sick to care for her, she lost everything!

Her warm insular world — the routine of her days, the friends she loved and played with. She has almost lost her smile, her eyes are anxious and confused. But still her sweetness remains. Initially when meeting her she may bark, and then it is all about the love and playing. She loves to play and will initiate it with just about anyone, big or small, 4 legged or 2 legged.

Well, when visiting Bella Doll in her kennel, I did my best to keep this in mind. Beneath all that barking, I saw the silly and serene girl she really is. As soon as I sit on the bench, she hops up right behind me, planting her hips right next to mine. With those soft doe-eyes looking up at me eagerly, she can pencil me in anytime she wants! Or better yet, make this love-bug your forever Valentine!

Because of her initial shyness, she is perfect for an adult only home kids over 13 ok. Old, 60 lbs. Owner has had her since she was four months old. Bella is a spayed large mixed breed female dog. She previously lived with 2 adults, 1 dog and a cat. She will growl at strangers. If they are nervous, Bella reacts with barking or growling. If they are not nervous, Bella is more likely to behave calmly. If Bella is allowed to play with strangers, she plays a little roughly.

Owner noted that she is not mean, but is still known to growl or bark first, then go right back into play initiation. Bella is more friendly around children than adults. She again immediately wants to engage in play. She has been around children aged years old. Bella has not been allowed to play with children.

Bella initially wants to play with other dogs. She sometimes growls or barks, but always goes back to wanting to initiate play. Bella has been brought to a dog park, but when she was unleashed in the run, she jumped the fence out of the enclosed area, so they did not bring her back. Bella tends to play quite roughly when she is able to engage in play. Bella lives with another dog, small mixed breed neutered male named Buddy, and she seems to know that Buddy is family and treats him very kindly. They act independently of each other, but are definitely friends. Bella lives with one cat whom she chases around the apartment and tries to engage in play.

When the cat wants to play, they will play nicely. Bella adapts to the cat and plays more gently even if the cat swats at her and plays more roughly than Bella. Bella also will lick and clean the cat when the cat allows it. Bella has not shown signs of resource guarding lately. The owner noted that this is something that has improved over time. Bella is more reactive when a toy or treat is taken away.


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Owner said that she believes Bella sees that as play, so her mind goes to play initiation, which leads to barking, growling, and trying to rough house. Again, owner noted that she never snaps or tries to bite, just tries to play. Bella has no bite history. She will mouth people she is playing with, but she does not use her teeth. Just a tap and release. Bella is not fully house trained. She will both urinate and defecate inside. She will urinate and defecate outside, but she does not do this quickly. Bella barks when someone knocks at the door or comes up the stairs.

She will bark during storms or fireworks. She will also bark if she hears dogs outside. She seems protective over her family, but not to the extent that she will hurt others. She just seems to act defensive of them until she gets to know the strangers better. Bella did have a medical issue; the owner said Bella either had a skin allergy or a food allergy that manifested itself with flaky skin.

She changed foods and that helped. For a New Family to Know: Bella is described as friendly, affection, playful, and excitable. She is generally not as trusting of strangers as she is of her family. She enjoys balls and toys that squeak, though she has a tendency to chew up or destroy those toys. She likes to play fetch and chase. Bella is kept primarily inside. Bella is only partially house trained. When left with a pee pee pad, she will not use it. She will use the bathroom outside, but it typically takes her a while to get to her business. When left alone, Bella barks and whines, is anxious, and has destroyed household items before.

In particular, she has destroyed shoes and a dining room table legs. She has improved on that behavior in the year and a half that the owners had her, but she does sometimes have setbacks and destroy items, just not as frequently as she once did. Bella is not crate trained, and when she was placed in a crate once, she broke out and destroyed the crate. Bella has never been left alone in a yard. She has a tendency to pull very hard and be very reactive upon seeing other dogs. Bella has never been walked without being attached to a leash.

Sensitivity:: 2. Dog stands still and accepts the touch, eyes are averted, tail is between legs, body stiff, mouth closed, lip long, ears likely back, may lip lick. Tag:: 3. Dog repeatedly turns quickly away when touched, or repeatedly spins toward the touch, and repeatedly tries to exit. Dog may be crouching, tail is tucked, mouth closed, body stiff. Paw squeeze 1. Flank squeeze Item not conducted Flank squeeze Item not conducted Toy:: 1. Minimal interest in toy, dog may smell or lick, then turns away. Summary:: Bella Doll initially approached the assessor cautiously. When the assessor moved, she backed away, barking, but then reproached.

She had a tense, trembling body during the assessment but allowed all handling. She was reported to initially bark and growl at other dogs, while becoming playful with select dogs. In the care center, Bella has displayed a high level of stress. She has displayed a high amount of discomfort when introduced to helper dogs in our care. It is unknown how this behavior will translate into a home environment. The behavior department recommends allowing Bella a period of decompression before following up on behavior around unfamiliar dogs. Future follow up should be conducted at a slow pace, to dogs who are respectful, calm, and well socialized.

Bella Doll should never be forced to interact with other dogs should she appear uncomfortable.

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When solicited with play, Bella Doll offers correction and retreats. She lip curls when lingering sniff is offered. We recommend long-lasting chews, food puzzles, and hide-and-seek games, in additional to physical exercise, to positively direct her energy and enthusiasm. When given time to warm up, she has sought attention and given affection to select handlers. We recommend positive reinforcement, reward-based training only. Resource guarding: Bella Doll is reported to bark and growl when her treats or toys are taken. At the care center, she has displayed similar behavior, moving away and barking at people.

If prevented from moving away there is a potential to escalate to higher-level warning behaviors and possible fear-based aggression. She should never be forced to greet or to interact if she is not comfortable and soliciting attention. We have provided the Brooklyn, Staten Island and Manhattan information below. Adoption hours at these facilities is Noon — p. Step 3: Go to your email and verify account Step 4: Go back to the website, click the menu button and view available dogs. It should read, "reserve in progress". That is YOUR reserve. A volunteer writes: Imara is an adorable, medium sized compact gal with doe eyes and crescent ears who is so elegantly dressed in her oatmeal and coffee brindley coat.

She is a bit shy and tentative in her doings, but with time and patience, she comes along, starts wagging her tail and accepting caresses. She even attempts a timid standing hug. She does a lot of sniffing in the street or the yard, I guess to try to situate herself in a world she does not know. Having walked her a few times now, I can say that she is a little bit more comfortable nearing her peers.

Imara can sit on command and does like treats that she takes politely from my hand. She does like her freedom and sometimes barks in her kennel. Once out, she is as calm as a summer sea Imara needs, for the time being, a calm and understanding home. But I would not be surprised to see this pretty mouse transform into the life of the party in her new home. Come and meet this little beauty at the Manhattan Care Center and make her yours. Imara is also overweight, and would benefit from being placed on a calorie controlled diet in order to return her to a healthy weight.

Behaviorally, we suggest that Imara would be best suited to a dog experienced home. Imara would lick her lips when I tried to approach her with a leash. Imara slowly came out of the carrier and would sniff my legs and then retreat into the carrier. Eventually Imara came out of the carrier and allowed me to put a leash on her and place a collar.

Imara was found as a stray by the police and was surrendered to BxACC. Imara has no injuries or apparent health issues. Previously lived with:: Unknown How is this dog around strangers? Imara went into the police crate on her own. Sensitivity:: 1. Tag:: 1. Dog follows at the end of the leash, body soft. Paw squeeze 2. Dog quickly pulls back. Dog quickly pull back. Summary:: Amara approached the assessor in the assessment room a bit cautiously.

She quickly warmed up and became social with the assessor. She allowed all handling. She allowed the counselor to leash her. In the care center, she displays a medium level of activity. She needs a slow approach and time to warm up. She should never be forced to interact with new people, and should be allowed to greet and initiate an interaction at her own pace. Older, gentle children should have an in-depth interaction prior to adoption. Potential challenges: : Fearful Potential challenges comments:: Fearful: Imara appears fearful at times in the care center, although she has shown that given a bit of time and patience she will warm up and become playful.

It is important to always go slow and give Imara the option to walk away from any social interaction. Imara should never be forced to approach anything that she is uncomfortable with or to submit to petting or handling. Imara would do best in an initially calm and quiet home environment and should be given time to acclimate to her new surroundings.

I was sick this morning weird coincidence.. It has nothing to do with you, we barely even know each other looool last time i checked we do know eachother r you forgetting what we talked about? If you're going to keep talking to me like that, just In fact, just stop texting me. We have a class together, and I would hate if this got worse than it already is.

I don't want anyone to get in trouble whos getting in trouble? I havent done any thing unless fucking caring is a crime Stop. We don't know each other if I dont know u then why did I let go of my anger when i saw u walking with s band on ur shirt? He has the sweetest face, making eye contact with soft doe eyes and a gently wagging tail.

Surrendered by his family, we're told he's friendly to all may sometimes jump to say hello , has been around young children and is friendly with them as well, is playful with both small and large dogs and is a designated playgroup rockstar with us , is respectful towards cats, doesn't guard his stuff, likes to play with balls and play tug, and likes to keep his person company. We're also told that Kenny needs some work on his housetraining skills, and while he was walked twice a day, that might not be enough for him as he's still young, so an extra walk or two might go a long way.

He was also trained to use a wee wee pad indoors, which doesn't help, in my opinion. I loved spending time with this hunk who doesn't know how great he is. He's a respectful cuddler, head buried in may lap as I massaged his head, he meets everyone with a wave of his tail, sits for treats and takes them so very gently with the very edge of his teeth. Kenny showed me nice leash manners, although his former owner said he pulled 'as he was excited to be outside'. Gentle, calm, soft and easy, Kenny was such a good sport about wearing a pumpkin coat for some pictures. Let Kenny's former owner's loss be your gain, as he's a terrific dog looking for a new family who will provide everything he needs to continue his path to being a rockstar adult dog.

Kenny will provide all the love. Win Win. Kenny had a relaxed body, ears drooping, and tail was wagging. Once inside his cage, Kenny started barking but eventually settled down. He has been with previous owner for about 6 months and was given to owner by a friend. Kenny has not been neutered and is not fully trained, making it one of the reason for surrender. Kenny also has some skin allergies and was taken to the vet recently. Kenny was surrendered because of his behavior and skin allergies.

Previously lived with:: Kenny previously lived with two adults. How is this dog around strangers? Kenny can get very excited and will jump on strangers. There are some dogs he wishes not to interact with but has not been aggressive towards them.

Kenny can get excited and playful. Resource guarding:: Kenny has no history of resource guarding. When his food bowl is taken away he is friendly and is not bothered. When a toy or treat is taken away from his mouth he is respectful and will wait for you to return it. Bite history:: Kenny has not tried to bite another animal or human. Other Notes:: Kenny is friendly when being bathed and is not bothered when his paws are touched.

When getting his nails trimmed, Kenny will bite the nail clipper and nibble on your hand. If laying on the couch, Kenny must be told a few times to get off and will whine before getting off. When an unfamiliar person approaches him and his owner during walks, he may either jump with excitement or run away. Has this dog ever had any medical issues? For a New Family to Know: Kenny is a playful, excitable, and cheerful dog that likes to keep his owner company.

When at home, Kenny will follow you around and likes to play with balls and tug. Kenny is an indoors only dog and was being walked twice a day. When on walks, he pulls on the leash hard as he is excited to be outside. Kenny was eating Puring dry dog food twice a day and his favorite treats are milk-bones. Kenny is mostly house trained and uses a wee-wee pad when going indoors. When left alone, Kenny will whine and bark if he hears someone at the door.

Kenny has been crate trained but will bark when inside. Dog displays high energy and movement, but it is directed toward getting closer to the Assessor. Body is soft, likely panting, may jump up between attempts to lick Assessor. Dog does not respond at all for three seconds. Eyes are averted and ears are relaxed or back. Summary:: Kenny cautiously approached the assessor in the assessment room with a low, tense body. He became very fearful during tag, attempting to flee and panicking. He allowed handling. Summary 1 :: Once warmed up, Kenny engages in bouts of bouncy play with other dogs in the care center.

He recently has begun to display concerning behavior around other male dogs, becoming tense and growling. The behavior department recommends slow introductions between Kenny and other social female dogs. He engages in bouncy play. He engages in bouts of bouncy play with the other dog in the yard female. These dogs are not displaying concerning behaviors in shelter, and the owner surrender profile where available is positive.

Level 2 Dogs with Level 2 determinations will be suitable for adopters with some previous dog experience. They will have displayed behavior in the shelter or have owner reported behavior that requires some training, or is simply not suitable for an adopter with minimal experience.

In many cases, a trainer will be needed to manage and work on the behaviors safely in a home environment. Doe, Got, and Character: flirtaeguk jungkook when he immediately re- cognize taehyung's webtoon char- acter versus when tae's character got arrested Doe, Make, and Get: Roll around, make doe eyes, hopefully get treats. Beautiful, Cher, and Doe: forum. The men? For some reason, they look like angry aliens. Aesthetically it's just not fair.

They were literally covered in scales while the females were minimal as to not cover up the pretty features. So yet again, we get the shaft. A beautiful girl race for anyone who's attracted to females, and a literal anthropomorphic cat as "a response to the female-only Viera". No, that's not a response, that's a consolation prize. That's a thoughtless one at that.

You gave us an ugly man, "again This makes me feel like, personally, only straight men matter. And me? We don't matter. Every race. Every single race, there's a gross imbalance aside the Mi quote and the Midlanders. The Elezen look like Cher with no face that comes close to Aymerics, the Lalafels are..

This is how I feel. I would appreciate not being told off or devalued for having emotions. This is upsetting because this game means a lot to me, and I'm getting to the point where l feel like l seriously don't matter. I know male Viera are buff too, but that's exactly my point. I'm not looking for pretty boys, I'm looking to get what the other side is getting. I want to see every class in balance, not "Let's give them hot girls and make creative ranged choices with the men" l think women should have a range of those same creative choices as well. They're just angrier.

Straight from the forums. Adopted in July and returned in December, Angel thought she had found her forever family. She is simply a living doll in every possible way, and adored by volunteers. She is so loving and happy and sweet. Look at that smile. But time has passed, and families have passed her by, and now she sits in her kennel, her tail just ever so much lower than before, and less hope in her eyes then she used to have when greeting guests at her kennel door.

She's watched with sadness as other dogs have left the shelter, and still she sits -- waiting, always waiting, for someone to pick her. She clearly doesn't understand why this is happening, and she's tired of sitting day after day in a small windowless kennel waiting for her 15 minute walk. We adore Angel, and we really want to see her finally get picked and leave the shelter with her tail held high and a big happy smile on her beautiful face.

Please won't you save her life? She is now rated Rescue Only as her hope has deteriorated. It's shameful, because the ONLY reason she was ever there to begin with was due to a stinkin' landlord. A volunteer writes: The name Angel suits this caramel-colored beauty quite well.

I found her wiggling with excitement in her kennel, and couldn't resist her sweet doe eyes, gentle kisses, and thumping tail. Besides one brief spurt of joy when she broke into a gallop, she walked nicely on the leash, though she was eager to say hello to anyone we passed. When we stopped and sat for a minute, she came and leaned her whole body into me, clearly happy for the love.

Now all she needs is a home to give her that love all the time--I guarantee she'll give it right back. Volunteer Misha Barbour writes: Happiness is this face running towards you forever. She is the kissiest, snuggliest, prettiest, playful-est, bestestess girl we know. Will you answer her and our prayers? Angel is waiting in adoptions at Manhattan ACC.

Old, Angel is a large mixed breed spayed dog and came to us as an owner surrender. Angel previously lived with 2 adults and 2 children. Around strangers, Angel will bark at new people. The previous owner mentioned that it seems like Angel barks at strangers more for attention.

Angel previously lived in the home with two young toddlers. The previous owner mentioned that Angel is very protective of the children from the previous home. Their play is also described as playful but gentle. The previous owner mentioned that with the children, if Angel saw anyone going after them, she would guard the children and bark at whomever was going after them. While Angel did not live in the previous home with another dog, she has had some interaction with dogs on walks in public.

Angel is described as dog reactive and when she sees another dog in public, she will lunge, pull, and bark at the dogs passing. Angel is not bothered when someone takes away her food, treats or toys; however, she was very protective of the children in her previous home. She has no known bite history, is housetrained and her energy level is descrived as between medium and high.

Other Notes: When an unfamiliar person would approach the home or owner, Angel will bark at them. When Angel needs to use the bathroom she will cry until someone takes her on a walk For a New Family to Know Angel is described as friendly, playful and excitable. She has a medium activity level and likes to play with balls. In the home, she liked to follow the owner around from room to room. If the owner is not actively seeking attention, Angel might also be laying around in some of her favorite lounging spots. Angel was kept mostly indoors and is house trained.

When left alone in the home, Angel was always well behaved. She knows the cues sit and come. For exercise, she was taken on brisk walks on the leash. When on leash, Angel will pull very hard when she sees another dog. Angel is crate trained and slept in her crate in the previous home. Counselor was able to take a picture without any issues. Angel also allowed for the counselor to collar her.

When other clients stepped into the intake room, Angel began to bark at them as they walked by and continued barking until she was taken out of the intake room. When a second male dog was brought out, Angel approached him at the gate then lunged and snapped through the gate. She approached the greeter with a softer body and placed her muzzle on his. After several seconds she would oscillated between pawing at the muzzle and sniffing the greeter. She must not go to a home with resident cats or where she may come into contact with cats. The Behavior Department recommends that she be socialized in a more controlled setting until her behavior towards other dogs can be further addressed.

Reward-based, force-free training can be utilized to help Angel associate dogs with things she enjoys like toys or treats. Angel may need positive reinforcement, reward based training to teach her to look at you rather than other dogs. Please see the On-Leash Reactivity handout to help manage this behavior.

Barking and standing at kennel front, tail wagging. EN -- eyes are clear. Dog's eyes are averted, with tail wagging and ears back. Allows head to be held loosely in Assessor's cupped hands. Sensitivity: 1. Dog stands still and accepts the touch, eyes are averted, and tail is in neutral position with a relaxed body posture. Dog's mouth is likely closed for at least a portion of the assessment item.

Tag: 2. Dog is not fearful, but is unresponsive when touched. Approaches the Assessor when the game ends may need coaxing to approach. Dog is focused on stimuli other than the Assessor. Paw squeeze 1: 1. Paw squeeze 2: 1. Toy: 1. No interest. Summary: Angel was a bit aloof when in the assessment room. He allowed handling and remained calm, showing no interest in the toy item. Summary 1 : Angel lived in a home with another female large breed dog and owner stated that they would eat together, play together and sleep together. Angel displayed low energy and movement throughout assessment.

We recommend will need daily mental and physical activity to keep him engaged and exercised. He must not go to a home with resident cats or where he may come into contact with cats. Last day of treatment S: BAR. No csvd noted. No clinical signs noted on board. Monitor for diarrhea. S: BAR. Dc'ed Rimadyl and started panacur.

S: QAR. No csvd. Green linear tattoo placed on ventral abdomen. Diamond is delightful to look at, though these days her big brown eyes are filled with sadness and loneliness. Just over a year old, she belonged to a home with a five year old child which she cherished. Super smart, adept in several commands, crate trained and described by her prior home as friendly and independent.

Though she was not introduced to dogs until arriving at the care center, she was tolerant to both dogs. Losing her home wasn't hard enough, now the shelter is faulting her for being frightened. She crouches, her eyes are either forlorn or wide eyed with fear. She is voiceless and at the mercy of a dog lover who can offer her a chance. Clearly her prior home didn't believe in the promise of forever together, or whether she lives or dies. Diamond is a gem, perfectly healthy, very young, and very smart. She needs one chance, and she needs it now as the shelter as marked her for an impending death.

Please message this page now if can foster or adopt her. Diamond's previous owner reports fearful behavior in line with what has been observed in the care center. Diamond has escalated to growling at handlers upon approach as well lip raising; because she has tolerated only minimal handling at this time, we feel Diamond would be best set up to succeed with an experienced rescue partner.

Force-free, reward based training only is advised when introducing or exposing Diamond to new and unfamiliar situations. Diamond is otherwise healthy. Muzzled for exam. Nares clear bilaterally, no discharge noted. UG: female intact, developed mammary glands, no mammary gland tumors noted, no discharge INT: Good hair coat, no areas of alopecia or pruritus, no ectoparasites or masses noted. Behavior Condition: 4. She was taken to medical by an animal care specialist. She was barking and jumping up in the intake room. Previously lived with:: 1 adult and 1 child How is this dog around strangers?

Do not really allow much handling. How is this dog around children? How is this dog around other dogs? How is this dog around cats? Resource guarding:: Owner stated Diamond do no resource guard her food or toys. She like to play with chew bones. She like to play fetch, chase and tug. She is mostly indoors. She eats Pedigree 1 big bowl a day. She likes variety of dog treats.

She is partially house trained because owner never had Diamond on a schedule. She has been crate trained and stayed in the crate up to 8 hours a day. She knows commands sit, come,stay and down. She barks when she is being hold and restrained. She remains tense and chooses to avoid handlers during one-one interactions; Diamond has been observed to escalate to growling and lip raising when startled or approached suddenly.

Out of concern for her stress levels and handler safety, an assessment will not be attempted at this time. Summary:: According to Diamond's previous owner, she not been socialized with other dogs while in their care. She does not approach the male and ignores him for the entire session. She remains fearful, but explored the yard and briefly greeted the male as they passed each other.

The male became fixated on her genitals so Diamond self-handicapped she sat down and then walked away when the male was interrupted by handlers. New Hope Only: Diamond's previous owner reports fearful behavior in line with what has been observed in the care center. Doe, Love, and Adorable: Don't let the doe eyes fool you. Do you have snapchat? Friday PM Whats your name there?

Friday PM. Probably someone on the spectrum or a foreveralone. The ominous observer feelings ranging from hatred and jealousy to an unequivocal need to care for and posses me, and myself almost exclusively because imagine thinking moids could bare not considering every other piece of ass in front of them. Biologically impossible.

And in this fantasy he loses himself and daydreams all day for months to come of stalking and And in this fantasy he loses himself and daydreams all day for months to come of stalking and contemplating In a perfect world he would resemble Dylann Roof in style and looks. Call me crazy. The fox is not a little orange puppy dog with doe eyes and a waggly tail. It's a disease-ridden wolf with the morals of a psychopath and the teeth of a great white shark.

Doe, Facebook, and Friends: pretended to be a girl on a rape survivor forum and infiltrated the lives of victims to manipulate them It was a slow burn. A slow poison. I signed in and iust posted a bit, Lurked some, Etc, Soon had become online-friends with some of the girls. We talked in PMs. I got some jui info on their stories ciy The forum was aftersilence. Its great fun. It you get really close to the girls they often give you their Facebook and you can see their face and put a face to the story.

Visualize those doe-eyes getting raped. Fucking LOL l even messaged one girl on her social media, but this time as an anonvmous man, I told her she deserved to get raped and just freaked her the fuck out. Doe, Eyes, and Doe Eyes. Doe, Hello, and Big: Big kitten doe eyes.

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Adored her parents, a small dog and a CAT! She never thought her perfect life would end. But when her parent got too sick to care for her, she lost everything! Her warm insular world — the routine of her days, the friends she loved and played with. She has almost lost her smile, her eyes are anxious and confused. But still her sweetness remains. Initially when meeting her she may bark, and then it is all about the love and playing.

She loves to play and will initiate it with just about anyone, big or small, 4 legged or 2 legged. Well, when visiting Bella Doll in her kennel, I did my best to keep this in mind. Beneath all that barking, I saw the silly and serene girl she really is. As soon as I sit on the bench, she hops up right behind me, planting her hips right next to mine. With those soft doe-eyes looking up at me eagerly, she can pencil me in anytime she wants! Or better yet, make this love-bug your forever Valentine! Because of her initial shyness, she is perfect for an adult only home kids over 13 ok.

Old, 60 lbs. Owner has had her since she was four months old. Bella is a spayed large mixed breed female dog. She previously lived with 2 adults, 1 dog and a cat. She will growl at strangers. If they are nervous, Bella reacts with barking or growling. If they are not nervous, Bella is more likely to behave calmly. If Bella is allowed to play with strangers, she plays a little roughly. Owner noted that she is not mean, but is still known to growl or bark first, then go right back into play initiation.

Bella is more friendly around children than adults. She again immediately wants to engage in play. She has been around children aged years old. Bella has not been allowed to play with children. Bella initially wants to play with other dogs. She sometimes growls or barks, but always goes back to wanting to initiate play. Bella has been brought to a dog park, but when she was unleashed in the run, she jumped the fence out of the enclosed area, so they did not bring her back. Bella tends to play quite roughly when she is able to engage in play.

Bella lives with another dog, small mixed breed neutered male named Buddy, and she seems to know that Buddy is family and treats him very kindly. They act independently of each other, but are definitely friends. Bella lives with one cat whom she chases around the apartment and tries to engage in play. When the cat wants to play, they will play nicely. Bella adapts to the cat and plays more gently even if the cat swats at her and plays more roughly than Bella. Bella also will lick and clean the cat when the cat allows it. Bella has not shown signs of resource guarding lately.

The owner noted that this is something that has improved over time. Bella is more reactive when a toy or treat is taken away. Owner said that she believes Bella sees that as play, so her mind goes to play initiation, which leads to barking, growling, and trying to rough house. Again, owner noted that she never snaps or tries to bite, just tries to play. Bella has no bite history. She will mouth people she is playing with, but she does not use her teeth.

Just a tap and release. Bella is not fully house trained. She will both urinate and defecate inside.