From her foster mom...Mona loves butt rubs and looking at the lake. She's a good companion for someone who likes outside and just taking short strolls. She's always happy. Upon my arrival she gets super excited and does this little wiggle dance with happy whines. She smiles too. She likes when i say I'm gonna steal her kisses. Shes super loving.
This is Ramona, a 3 year shepherd mix around 40-45 lbs. She and her eight puppies were unwanted and unloved; left at the high kill shelter to die. Luckily, we found them before it was too late. Ramona's beautiful babies have been adopted, leaving her all alone. Ramona is an extremely timid dog. Who knows what she went through before we rescued her. It appears she has had some major damage to her front leg (a break that was never treated and left to mend back together on its own). Ramona is such a sweetheart. She is calm and wants to be loved, but the poor girl is just so scared of everything (we assume she was abused due to her fear of being around people). She is great with other dogs and cats, but she needs some rehabilitation before being unattended around kids. She would not hurt them, but she would be frightened with lots of high activity around her (wouldn't want her to re-injure her leg trying to get away from the commotion). She deserves a great home where someone will be patient and give her the time and love she needs to gain her trust. She is ready for adoption today, but only to experienced adopters.
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