Wife and I, both retired, have a 3 yo male yellow. Daughter is interested in rehome of a 17 mo black girl. Both are fixed. We will have this dog at our house most days while my daughter is working. Just had the meeting on neutral territory. Foster human is a good friend who is a trainer and runs a boarding kennel (where I work pt) and a total dog person. The meeting went reasonably well. They played sometimes very roughly (to my eye) and my boy was trying to mount her...a lot. Foster human says it was all fine, normal, and quite tame and the adoption is a go in her mind as long as my daughter feels the same. I’m a little apprehensive. The constant mounting is one hang up for me but it’s probably just that, my hang up. Foster says let the girl teach him (she more than held her own) and if it goes too long break it up. Ok, we can do that. Now the very rough play... I’m sure they will get used to each other and will be having another meeting here at our home so we’ll see if it’s a little better. Of course they will be controlled and watched and there will likely have to be time outs. Just need a little reassuring I guess. Can’t expect them to hit it off right away...can I? Also, daughter wants to change name from Gypsy to Lucy. Good idea? Thanks so much!