Chloe has been with our rescue for over 2 years now so she is estimated at 8-9 years old. She has overcome many of her fears and is doing well. She does still tend to be better with women and shy away from men unless the man is in the kitchen then she comes out looking for food. She still has some handling issues if she does not trust you especially with cleaning her ears or clipping her nails.She needs to be muzzled for these or she will fear bite.We are still looking for that special person who will continue to work with her on her triggers.
Chloe came to us all the way from South Korea where she was rescued off the streets. She was found tied up to a fence there, and according to neighbors in that area they had been feeding her for months. The cold winter was moving in, and she would have frozen to death if not saved when she was.
She came to us and was very underweight, practically skin and bones. Her first vet visit showed high levels of bacteria in her fecal sample, and she was started on meds at that time. We will be taking her for a recheck in the near future.
Chloe is settling into her foster home, she is learning house training, we aren't sure if she was ever an inside dog, or had a family of her own? We can only guess what her life was like in Korea, and will never know her history.
She is guesstimated to be anywhere from 6-7 yrs old, and appears to be already spayed.
Chloe is very loveable and affectionate with women, however is not so with most men, in fact appears to dislike them, and at times will bark and grumble at them.
She is good with the other dogs in her foster home and doesn't appear to have an alpha personality at all.
We are working on getting her intestinal tract cleared up, and get her weight up to a healthy level, then she should be ready for adoption.
Chloe is up to date on vaccines, is heartworm negative, and our vet says she appears to be spayed.
If you would like to adopt Chloe or would like more information on her, please fill out an adoption application
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