Twice returned to the shelter for circumstances beyond her control, sweet Dianna was then forced into boarding when he foster was unable to manage her separation anxiety. Luckily for Dianna she has become a favorite at the boarding facility and was taken under the wing of a PHR volunteer who has had her evaluated and taken to doggie daycare for socialization during the day.
Based on her evaluations and prior home experiences. we believe she would do well in a home with a foster or adopter who can help her through her separation anxiety. Other dogs are welcome, children middle school age or older.
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