Wow, what a difference. She looks happy and content and is now perfect to go onto a loving and secure home. I am sure someone out there is missing not having her in their lives. (They just don't know it yet!)
To be honest, I find myself looking back at her first photos and finding it hard to believe she's the same dog too!!
While I'm here, let me give another update: She has had another great week, because she's been allowed to go out for walks ;D She found it quite scary to begin with, but her tail is now out so she's clearly feeling more confident. I take her out with Millie and she's now copying Millie's "hello person walking down the street, do you want to fuss me?!" approach, which is lovely to see. She's still very aware of all dogs around her, but again, is getting used to them too. She's still a work in progress, but is coming on in leaps and bounds. She just needs a bit of time and patience, and she'll get there.
Oh, and she can now do "sit" and (sometimes) "down". And she's happy to eat with Percy and Millie wandering round her. And she still likes slippers. And books. And school bags. And sunglasses. (She doesn't chew them, she just has to jump on them in case they try and get away.....!) And she still talks to me to let me know when she needs to go out or eat. She is just such a funny, wonderful girl ;D
Brilliant and heartening update Jayne, I am so glad that all your efforts with Ginny are really beginning to pay off. It's just great that you can see some definite progress with a reduction in her levels of terror (which I think really had to be seen to be truly appreciated). She is such a special and loving girl and you are working wonders with her ;D