She (thankfully) went to a new foster home and then got adopted but a couple of months ago she got returned to the foster home. Now they don't know what to do with her because she still has many annoying habits including chewing inappropriate things, barking, aggressive play that turns in to fighting with other dogs, digging, and jumping on people. I feel partly responsible for her since I was the one who rescued her from death at the urging of the person in charge of the rescue group.
She would be a good dog for an energetic person who likes to run and could drain all of her energy everyday and be consistent with obedience training. We haven't been able to find that person yet. I thought up an idea yesterday to help get her adopted. We could get a dog cart and teach her to pull it then get it on video. Who wouldn't want to adopt a fun dog who can pull a cart? Dog carts cost $400 online but I was thinking that I could get one of those garden carts from Home Depot for $100 and then hook up 2 lengths of PVC pipe to link the cart with the dog harness. I have a dog harness already and I have a Halti collar too so she wouldn't take off running (hopefully).
I think it is a brilliant idea. Now I just need $100. My first impulse is to run out and buy it but with my house closing coming up I really should wait. I suppose buying a dog cart isn't the highest thing on my priority list (but it would be fun!). I'd better wait until next month and see if I have any money left over.