From the trauma of what happened in her life our dear Shelby if in an unfamiliar situation is very nervous about strangers touching the back of her head, she is terrified of groomers, and the vet's office. However, in her foster's home is very good with all. She ADORES young children and stands in front of them if strangers come in.
Our Shelby is a little rotund (cough) but deserves a great new beginning.
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