My rescue story began in Houston, TX. After being found as a stray I moved to rescue where I would later travel to Wisconsin in hopes of finding a forever home. It’s been quite a journey, and I’m adjusting to my new normal. Though it may take me a minute to warm up, I am so excited to begin the process of becoming a valued member of someone’s family.
At 2 years old I am fully potty trained, and doing fantastic with crate training. I lack confidence, but being around other dogs really helps me come out of my shell. I have dog friends of all shapes and sizes and enjoy their company very much! I have been exposed to some kitty friends, and I’m still not quite sure what to think of them. I am the perfect size weighing in at 15 pounds, and look forward to curling up in your lap for some down time. I am currently fostered with a little boy, and it has taken me a while to become comfortable in his presence. I find children’s fast movements and weird noises a little stressful. I require some patience as I get acclimated, but soon I will showcase my goofy personality. I am pretty easy to please. Give me some fun toys, a dog to play with, or just a place to catch some rays and I’m a happy girl! I have so much love to give, and I’m looking for that special someone who can continue to help me come out of my shell and experience all the wonderful things in life! ?
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