Pickles came into our household one week ago. At the first, she was apprehensive about the change in environment and her new foster family. Thankfully, with treats and attention, she quickly turned around that day and her personality started to show. Once she trusted us, she let us into her quirky behaviours and lovable personality. Pickles is one to follow you around, panting and staring and wanting to be pet. She loves her squeaky toys, often wanting to play fetch and tug of war. She spins in circles when she is excited, for things such as food, walks, and simply greeting you. She is a heavier set gal, so day one was the first day of her new lean diet. She loves the green bean addition to her food, and we've already noticed her starting to slim down. She is adjusting to her new treats as well, which are cucumbers, carrots, apples and lean dehydrated chicken breast. She celebrated her sixth birthday in our household with a refreshing bath, and cleaning of her ears and folds. Although she's not a fan of daily hygiene cleaning, with a treat it's easier. She is great to walk, though she does enjoy barking at people and dogs. She is getting four walks a day which she enjoys at her own pace. Pickles has an upcoming vet visit scheduled to see how to see how she is doing at her young age of six. Stayed tuned for the results of that visit.