|Status:||Not yet available for adoption|
|Animal Type(s):||Dogs, Large Dogs|
|Approx. date of birth:||2013|
|Spayed / Neutered:||Yes|
|Good with kids:||Yes – But needs to go to a home without kids.|
|Good with dogs:||Yes|
|Good with cats:||Yes – Appears to be selective in different environments.|
Well I won’t be available for adoption until the fall, but by then I may have some really cool stories to tell! I get to go on an adventure while in foster care to keep a lady company at a fire tower in northern Alberta. All that solitude can be a great reset button so I am sure I will enjoy every minute and put all the chaos of trying to find a forever home on hold and just enjoy the journey. Talk to you all soon.
Ok, 4th times the charm right? Sheba here, back again. I am a complicated gal apparently, I can change who I am based on whatever home I’m in. Lets say I’m undecided about my personality. I would be best suited as an outdoor dog. I am loyal and protective, but I struggle with being too protective. I play rough and can be rude with dogs. I am a kaleidoscope of emotion and anxiety. I NEED a home committed to working with me through all my angst, I have literally showed a new behaviour at each new environment, each move gives me more anxiety. It takes a long time for me to really settle in… I am a good girl deep down, in my foster home I am crate trained, working on leash manners, ignore the cat and play rough with but get along with other dogs. That is NOT how I always act when get adopted. I am very sensitive to my environment but I am worth the work for the right, experienced shepherd lover.