Serenity has been without a home for over four years!
We came across her in September of 2019 at a local boarding facility. We were told that she was abandoned there by another rescue over two years prior. We had no foster for her, but we could not let this sweet girl live in a crate in the back room any longer and we moved her to a wonderful boarding facility where she was able to get exercise and socializing. She stayed in boarding for an entire year before finding a foster.
Since her rescue, Serenity has made great change. She was extremely overweight and heartworm positive when we got her. She is now healthy and heartworm negative. She has come a long way with alot of training and love.
Serenity does have some separation anxiety but she has gotten much better. She would do best in a home with her human(s) home more often than not. She would prefer to be an only dog, but she has made friends with dogs with similar, chill personalities. She is NOT good with any small pets/animals. She needs a strong handler who will continue to work with her on all that she has learned, and be mindful of surroundings when on walks.
She loves car rides, kisses and naps. She is much like a big cat. She snores, she sleeps with her tongue hanging out and she will sploot (frog pose) right in your walking path and look at you like youre supposed to go around her, but she is the sweetest, loyal and most deserving pup of an amazing family.
If youre interested in meeting or finding out more about Serenity, please reach out. You can fill out an application for adoption on our website.
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