Nina was adopted as a puppy by someone who did not educate her, did not walk with her and then brought her back because it was difficult.
Nina is an example of why not adopt a puppy if you do not want to invest time and money.
Nina does not know what she did wrong, does not know why she has no home and is afraid of the foreign environment.
|Date of birth:||2020|
|Level of education:||Not Housebroken|
|Suitable for:||People who are willing to invest with a lot of tolerance, People with experience|
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