Shay suffered through a disease known as Blastomycosis which left her permanently blind in one eye, but because it was caught early by our vet she has made a full recovery and no longer has any medical issues. So, now it's Shay's turn to find a home.
--- Shay would prefer to be an only dog in her future home but despite that, she has no leash reactivity while on walks and doesn't mind seeing other dogs as long as she has some space to feel safe. Shay does not mind wildlife, such as squirrels, rabbits or even deer (which she encounters frequently on walks)!
--- Shay has been around a couple cats and thinks they are pretty cool! She doesn't chase them, even if they run away from her and she is able to coexist peacefully with them.
--- Shay absolutely loves car rides and often travels with her foster dad for long trips. Her favorite car ride is to Starbucks for a puppaccino! She has even been on trips for up to 4 hours without stopping and shes the perfect travel companion.
--- Shay has been around kids from 6 months old to young adults and she loves them! She gets to hang out with a 5 year old often and has proven to be quite gentle and respectful of kids in general.
Shay has lived in an apartment and in a house and adapted well to both, She currently has a balcony at her foster dads house and she loves to lay in the sun and relax with her favorite stuffed bear! Shay also gets to go to work with her foster dad at the ballpark and helps shag baseballs from the outfield! On top of all of this, Shay is potty trained and crate trained to a T!
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information on Shay!
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