Dory is house trained, with only one mishap on her first day in a new environment. While she may experience some separation anxiety, it’s worth noting that she doesn’t exhibit destructive behaviors and eventually settles down. Although she hasn’t fully mastered crate training, her intelligence and quick learning abilities suggest that this shouldn’t be a problem in the long run.
In terms of leash manners, there is room for improvement, but overall, Dory is easygoing and doesn’t pull unless she’s excited. A simple call is all it takes to bring her back to you. Her willingness to learn and adapt makes addressing these minor areas a rewarding and manageable task for her future adopter.