Ms. Marley came to us from a shelter in Wisconsin. She was rescued from a hoarder situation of 65 dogs! She is estimated to be 2 years old and weighs 22 pounds. She arrived at the shelter in Dec 2015. Ms.Marley was reported to be very shy and leery of men. She arrived at our rescue on May 1st, we noted that she was indeed shy and under-socialized, but were surprised (and heartened) at how fast she acclimated to our home, other dogs and people...even my Husband. She has very good house manners and loves to cuddle with you on the couch. She can be skittish with noises and she is very uncomfortable with walks so we are working with her to get used to going outside for walks. We feel she needs to be placed in a home with another dog since that helps her confidence. She is a funny little girl who wants attention and loves to give kisses. Her shyness is still an issue so we are exposing her slowly to new things on a daily basis so that she continues to build trust and confidence. Coming from an isolated, hoarder life, everything is new to her and she loves to explore! And she loves to play hide-and-seek. Ms.Marley is very affectionate, food-motivated, and has a strong desire to learn and experience her new world.
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