Hi, I'm New Hope! I was named that because when I came into the AAT program my life had new hope! I was found on the streets with a host of physical issues and the great people at AAT have helped me manage them. I am very hopeful of finding a new loving furever family. I'm good with other dogs once I've met them. I try to play, but I have some weakness in my back legs and back so I don't run so well. Mostly I'm a very happy girl. I am crate and house trained. I'm looking for a home with someone who understands my physical limitations and is willing to work with me to discover a full life.
From Hope's foster Mom: Hope's physical limitations are indicative of repeated blows. Whatever this girl endured the first three years of her life, she tries not to let it impact her new outlook. She is protective of her face and feet, and occasionally cannot control her potty needs if she gets overly excited. Hope is loving, friendly, and desires your adoration.