Good with dogs
Good with cats
Good with kids
Zoza arrived to our shelter only few weeks ago.
As a baladi, she is one of the rare cases that come actually from a home and not from the streets. For reasons that we don't know, the person who adopted her when she was a puppy didn't want to keep her anymore.
Zoza needs attention. We are not sure, but growing in an apartment may have prevented her from stimulations, needed for any dog's behavioral development (meeting others: dogs, humans...).
Therefore, she needs time to get used of someone new and gives aggressive responses towards strangers and sometimes, other dogs. She needs to be with someone who would have enough time to spend with her and train her, and the budget to be helped by a professional dog trainer if needed.
Overall, she can easily adapt and it didn't take long for us to get along with her. Now, we are very good friends and we can even set her free as she always stays around.