Test2 Test I'm still here and growing more beautiful and confident every day. Weighing in at about 75 lbs now, I am a tall graceful pup that would do well in a home with another dog and patient calm people. I am also good with cats. My hair is fine and I will need to live indoors as I do not grow a furry undercoat in the winter. This also means that I have much less to shed! I love going to the off-leash parks and I am pretty good on a leash, too. I thought swimming was my favorite thing to do besides running, but then I discovered that catching balls includes running too! I sure do know how to amuse myself. Physically now I am in great shape and have lots of energy like a puppy should and I love to play with the dogs in my foster home. I am very lucky to be in SCARS' care. Often when we are this shy, people give up on us, but SCARS wouldn't let that happen. It turned out that I was way too dependent on my brother and not developing my own confidence, so they moved me away from my him and into another foster home. I did not like that at all and spent a few days worrying about what might happen next. Turns out my new foster parents are very patient and helping me to trust at my own pace. Every day I get a little more confident, and some days I make big breakthroughs. My foster mom gets very excited about that, because she knows there is a perfect family out there for me and I am getting closer to being ready. I am not sure exactly when that will be, but I will keep you posted and I look forward to meeting you then. Hello, my name is Gwynn and I am about 12 weeks old. I came here with my brother Poe from a garbage dump in Hobbema, and I have had a very rough start to my life. When SCARS found me I was losing my fur, I had very bad worms, fleas and lice, and was very malnourished. I have been in my foster home for a couple of weeks now , and I am getting healthier, but I am still very submissive and shy. I will never be able to tell you about all the scary things that happened to me when I was living my wild life, things that still make me afraid, but I hope you can help me to learn that I am safe now and nothing is ever going to hurt me again. I am not quite ready to go to my forever home, I have to work on being a little braver first, but foster mom will keep you posted and hopefully we can meet soon.
Thanks to Sanctuary Animal Gwynn’s sponsor(s):
|Approx. date of birth:||June 3, 2012|
|Intake date:||July 30, 2012|
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