Here's some details about Lucy's progress from her foster momma:
Lucy is slowly coming out of her shell. She is seriously damaged. Hides in her crate, didn't know her name, has no training. She now comes to me, greets me at the door and sleeps part of the night next to my bed. Has bonded with my border collie pup and is getting along most of the time with my corgi. She is extremely fearful of men. I have her in an agility class. Still walking with head and tail down..but compliant. Can't tell if she will enjoy it yet. Probably a 2 or 3 month time period before it's clear. She still throws up every time she is in car. Hates leaving the house. . .take her on a Nature Trail 3 or 4 times a week...still scared I will leave her. Very sweet and protective of the property. We have calves behind our house and she definitely watches them closely.
Keep following Lucy's story as we get updates from her foster momma!
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