I came into care with my puppies so that Zoe's could find us our furever homes.
Date of Birth: May 2014
Energy Level: Low right now but will likely increase.
Size (adult): Medium
Good with Dogs? Yes
I need another dog in the house.
Good with Cats? Unknown
Good with Kids? Unknown
Hello - I'm mama Cory. I am such a lovely girl. I am fully house trained and I love to sleep in my crate at night. I am quite shy and timid, but I'm very sweet and I warm up quickly to my humans. Once I am spayed and vaccinated I will need long walks to keep my energy level under control. I have been such a good Mama, and very soon I'd really love to find a furever home of my own. #sweetheart #goodgirl #browneyedgirl
About my Behaviour:
I've moved to a new foster home so that I can focus on coming out of my shell. I won't be ready for adoption for a while as I'm still quite timid. With love, patience, and encouragement, I will make a great dog. I can be a bit of an escape artist as well so should be watched and not left outside if not home or can't watch me. I'm being fostered with Vincent in a kennel and I keep going on to my crate and getting over to stay with him, so now we are kept together at nights and haven't had another incident of getting out of the kennel since.
How’s my Health?
I will be spayed, vaccinated, and microchipped.
A Love Story ...
A few months ago, a gorgeous, but homeless and pregnant, young girl showed up on the doorstep of a home in one of our target communities. The wonderful people took her in but were unable to keep her and her puppies, so they called us. We brought everyone into care and gave Mama Cory and her pups, the Flower Litter, a safe place to stay. From the beginning, this sweet, semi-feral mama was shy, timid and distrustful of people. We knew she would need some extra time and TLC. After taking wonderful care of her puppies, they were sent off to their foster, then forever, homes and Cory moved on to her own foster home to get the love and attention she needed and deserved.
Vincent Vega also showed up on the doorstep of a home in the same target community as Cory. Homeless (but not pregnant, for obvious reasons), Vincent was taken in by the caring gentleman, but unfortunately he couldn’t stay. Also semi-feral, shy, timid and distrustful, Zoe’s brought Vincent into care, placing him in a kennel where he could be with other dogs and transition more comfortably.
Mama Cory wasn’t doing so well in her foster home. She was exhibiting somewhat severe separation anxiety and appeared to be very unhappy as a solo dog in her foster home. Zoe’s decided to move to Cory to a kennel where she could have the kind of company she needed. The same kennel Vincent was staying.
The two became immediately inseparable. Literally. At night, Mama Cory (AKA Lady Houdini) breaks out of her kennel to get into Vincent’s kennel so they can snuggle. During the day, they are always together. And when Vincent went on the lam the other day, Cory was all it took to bring him back in.
We suspect Vincent and Cory may have known each other before coming to Zoe’s as they both came from the same community and they bonded so quickly. Both dogs need to go to a home where they will have a canine sibling, so why not go together? Vincent and Cory are a part of our BFF Program. That means you can adopt Vincent and Cory together at a reduced fee so they can be BFFs forever.
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