Pssst...I'm Copper. I'm whispering because I'm incredibly shy and scared. I came from a place where over 60 other dogs were chained up. I was in a kennel with a friend. I was lucky though. I heard a lot of my brothers and sisters had heartworms, skin infections, tick diseases, and are very shy and scared like me. I'm starting to feel better though! I love my foster sisters. They want to play so badly. I do too, but I am so shy and not sure what to do. I like my foster parents. I wag my tail when they come around. I let them pet me. I come out of my crate on my own now. I like to come join them in the dog bed in the living room. It's really comfy! It sure beats that barrel! I'm very unsure of people, but other dogs comfort me. I would need someone who would be very knowledgeable on how to work with me. I'm between 4-5 years old, healthy, and love to wag my tail as you talk to me and pet me. I love songs too! I don't even judge your singing. If you think you have what it takes....you can contact AARF. Maybe you can give me the home I was meant to have. Not a barrel with a hole in it.
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