Came here to see if anyone else noticed this. This poor girl doesn't seem to eat anything yummy.
Choosing dark chocolate and eating modest quantities may offer the greatest health benefits ‧ www.hsph.harvard.edu/nutritionsource/food-features/dark-chocolate/ ‧
The audio is perfect here. The difference between А́нна and она́ is in accents (and нн in А́нна is usually longer than н in она́).
Она is also used more often than Анна. Она is usually a safer bet if you have to guess.
I believe you made a little mistake there. I think it is either "Собака не ест шоколад." (A/the dog does not eat chocolate.) or "Собаки не едят шоколад." ((The) Dogs don't eat chocolate.)
My mistake. "Едят" is 3rd person plural.
I still wager that she is in fact, a dog.
This kind of sentence takes the accusative, because chocolate is the object of the verb "to eat"
I could see the reason for JezebelSpirit's question, as this sentence might also read, "She does not eat any chocolate," which calls for the partitive case.