Hera D4521   

In shelter Dog

Fremont, Alameda County, California, ...
Lost or found date:
Pet name:
Hera D4521
Poor Hera was neglected nervous matted soaked in dried urine/dirt and very smelly since 5/22/21. She warms up to be handled and petted. She was abandoned with 3 other dogs and were all in the shelter cage together. Need experienced dog home with attached back yard. This is Hera's after bath and tidy-up-cut photo. Her foster home spent 1-1/2 hours at PFE pet wash to bathe Hera and clip off her urine soaked mats. Hera is now much happier and clean. Huge thanks to her hero Foster Home! Hera is distracted with all the changes. She is enjoying fresh air sun backyard yummy foods and freedom. No kids under 12 yrs. 6/17/21: Hera is a confident sweet little girl who loves to cuddle and be in your arms your lap or at your feet. She is alert and curious to her surroundings and loves to explore new territory. Hera needs time to warm up to new dogs and humans and then she is your best friend. She is more interested in me than my dog. Hera requires regular grooming and loves to be brushed while lying on her back. Hera needs a home with a confident human leader who has experience with cautious dogs. Hera is crate-trained. Potty-training is in process. Need home with backyard. No apt. No children under 12 yrs old.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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