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In shelter Dog

Phoenix, AZ, 85032
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Hi there, Im LiLi (pronounced Lee Lee). I came to HALO as a very frightened lost new mom. I had two girls to protect and I took that job very seriously. For the first few weeks in foster care, I would not let anyone touch me. My foster mom finally put a leash on me and began to work with me calmly and quietly. She sat on the ground and didnt talk or try to touch me. She slowly pulled my leash toward her, which was very scary for me. And then it was like something clicked in my brain. I realized she only ever wanted to love and protect me, so I took a big gulp and eased my way onto her lap. From there, we have built a bond that is as strong as titanium! I love her and trust her with my whole heart. I smile and squeal for joy when she comes home and will leap up to get her pets right away. I will sit in her lap and literally gaze into her eyes for hours if she lets me. I have learned to be brave enough to use the doggie door to potty outside. I have relaxed enough to be silly and run around with glee. Now the hard part; she cant adopt me for herself. I hate this news but its reality. She said the hardest part of her job is to find someone who will understand me and give me the time I need to bond with them the way I have with her. She just knows Im going to make someone a fabulous dog some day if they give me a chance. I really love Gwennie and Candy, two momma dogs I share my foster home with so Ill likely do well with dogs in a new home too. I havent been around cats here but I am generally a good girl around other animals, its the humans that take me more time. I am too fearful to go home with young children who dont understand what it means to give a dog space, so definitely no children under 13 years old but the rest are negotiable. My ideal family does not have a ton of visitors in and out of the home or theyre ok with securing me in a bedroom with my cozy things while visitors are at the home. My new family has to be the adventurous type, meaning they need to be willing to take me home, give me a secure place that I can hide/sleep/relax in while I adjust and promise not to try and take me for walks or anywhere out of the house until Im ready. This means I need a home with a secure backyard, not an apartment where I would have to go outside on a leash with a human attached to potty. I know Im not the easiest dog to pick out at the shelter, but I can promise you that you will feel like youve won the lottery when we connect. Im as loyal and loving as they come! If youre ready to give me a chance please go to HALOs website to fill out the matchmaker questionnaire and lets get started!

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