I came in with Quin and 12 other dogs from the same house. I have been in my foster home about a year now and it's been tough on me. By the looks of all the scars on my face, I've been beat up many times. I was extremely nervous and timid when I first arrived. I would bark and growl and even lunge at my foster mom. I was so scared I did not know what else to do. Thankfully my foster mom understood how difficult it was for me with all the new changes. I mean really, take me away from the only home I ever knew with many other dogs and put me in a strange place with nothing familiar, I'm going to be scared and defensive. Today, I'm a much different girl. I still bark sometimes but I am wagging my tail and super happy to see my foster mom and will roll over for pets. I still have a lot to learn but the good news is I'm trying and making progress.
Thanks to Sanctuary Animal Queenie’s sponsor(s):
|Approx. date of birth:||May 18, 2013|
|Intake date:||May 18, 2015|
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