Peach was recently rescued after a gentleman emailed us that he has been feeding a shy dog who has been hiding in his backyard. He could not find any owners or a microchip and he believes she has given birth before (not recently). We rescued her with only needing to slip a leash over her head while she laid upside down not moving lol.
This shy girl is so sweet and submissive with pretty much everything! She is very timid when we first move her to a new place, but she loves attention and will follow anyone with a good treat (floor crawling really). We recommend a home with other dogs around her size or bigger (she is about 55 lbs) or she would LOVE to be the only dog and get all the attention. In her pics we even have an action shot of her playing with another dog. Our vet believes she is a Golden Retriever mix and the more we learn about her personality, the more we agree with that. She really likes her crate and that is her safe place, but each day in her foster home she becomes more adventurous. She goes potty outside if you stay out with her and does not chew anything (she loves bones but doesnt know what toys are). She does well now with walking on a leash, but loud noises still startle her. She comes running to you when called once she gets comfortable. Truly thats all she wants is to get pet all the time. Her favorite thing in the world is cuddle time on the couch. She will sit by your feet and paw at you for attention every now and then (we are suckers for a sweet face and gentle paws). She will blossom once shes in her forever home and truly be a great dog for someone.
Peach is about 2-3 years old, spayed, up to date on vaccines, microchipped, and heartworm negative.
Adoption applications can be found at www.adorehouston.org/adoption-application/ and we do offer foster to adopt trial periods!
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