Best Tricks: She talks when it's taking too long for her turn at a walk. She goes...woooooyouuuuu.
Arrival Story: Sugar was a foster dog of mine through German Shepherd Rescue Central Texas. She was first adopted to a woman who's husband (they met on the internet) was a policeman. He'd wanted a canine company for a long time. The wife finally relented (reluctantly). The wife then completely changed her mind, after the husband had totally fallen in love with Sugar. The rescue group and I took her back.
Her second adoption was a total flop. I let a friend adopt Sugar only their personalities clashed completely. If Sugar could misbehave, she did so at every opportunity. The rescue and I took Sugar back.
Her third adoption seemed to be a match made in heaven. She had a canine companion as well as a young, energetic human couple. Two years after her adoption and the purchase of a house, this couple banned Sugar and her companion to the back yard. Sugar learned to bark. She barked all day and all night. The rescue and I took her back. We were angry at this couple. So angry we put them on a local "do not adopt to" list.
This foster (me) couldn't bear to send Sugar away anymore. So my new boyfriend (who fell in love with her) and I adopted her. She's NEVER misbehaved for me ever! She gets along very well with my whole pack.
Sugar is the best!