I have made such improvements since The Animal Hope & Wellness Foundation rescued me. I came from an owner who severely neglected me. Before I was found I lived most of my life in a cage that was never cleaned. I had maggots infested in my anal area and ears. When I was first rescued I still wanted to be in a cage. I was scared and it was all I knew so my rescuers left an open crate for me so that I could feel comfortable. In time I learned I didn't need it and that it was much more fun to be like the other dogs. Free! I no longer go in my crate.
Men sometimes still make me nervous but for the most part I love all people! I may be better in a home with older kids and where I am an only dog. Like I said, I have more fun when I'm the center of attention! Also, my fur can get really crazy! I need a family that doesn't mind taking me to a groomer so I can look and feel nice.
ANIMAL HOPE AND WELLNESS FOUNDATION
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