According to her foster, Mimi is getting stronger every day! She no longer needs help getting up. She trots around the yard. She eats like TWO dogs, and she is more interactive with the foster and her other dogs. Mimi gets along fine with other dogs and most people. She is VERY hard of hearing and cannot see very well. She relies on gestures and following the person to lead her outside, left and right. On a leash that is, like a horse with reins. She does food guard and will snap, she has some chow in her. But as long as you are aware of that, she is really a good dog. She sleeps most of the time, and all she really needs is a soft place to land, and a comfortable life for her remaining Golden Years. AFP will pledge food, vet care, and medicines for her lifetime to any home that will provide her with that loving environment. She is anywhere from 10-12 years old and has spent the last few months surviving on her own in the woods. So she has a tenacious will to live.