Pinkie is very timid and shy with strangers. She is learning to trust, but whatever happened in her past may take awhile to overcome. She is house-trained with a doggie door and gets along with other dogs.
Pinkie’s need to bond with a potential adopter will mean that many visits with her at the kennel will be required prior to her adoption. She will do best with an owner or family that is patient, kind and can provide a safe environment. Children will be a little too much for her, so a quiet place with someone who his home most of the time will be what Pinkie is hoping for.
Pinkie needs time to learn that people are good and life can be wonderful even after a painful past.
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