It is so hard to see a fearful dog. You don’t know what made them fearful, and you just want to scoop them up and love the fear away. Well, Addilyn is one of those dogs. Addilyn is a sweet little female Retriever/Spaniel mix. She looks like a very small Golden Retriever, but she only weighs 20 pounds. Addilyn is house trained and spayed, but she is not a fan of being crated. But she does love to play with her toys and can be quite a clown when she plays.
Because she is fearful, Addilyn will need a special adopter willing to be patient and give her the time and space she needs to adjust to a new environment. Addilyn isn’t just shy, she is fearful, and needs time to understand she is safe. And Addilyn will gain confidence, but while she does she needs to be in a quiet home without children.
Addilyn does very well with cats and with other dogs. In fact, Addilyn thrives and gains confidence when she is with another dog. So she will need a home where she has another doggie companion. Addilyn has learned to enjoy her walks although initially fearful of the leash, but she is scared of loud noises or encountering something new and scary, so her adopter will need to ensure she is securely leashed for walks.
Addilyn is a sweet, girl who is slowly learning to trust people...and it will happen. And wouldn’t it be great to be the one who helps Addilyn overcome her fears. You can do it by completing an adoption application for Addilyn...come and meet her and you will see how special she is.
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