UPDATE: Dina is proving to also be respectful of cats. She's doing a lot better with kids (we still think she prefers kids over about age 6) she is timid upon first meeting new people but she warms up faster each time and seems pretty comfortable with most. She is a gem on leash and in the car. House and crate trained. Has started to enjoy other dogs though prefers more mellow friendly but respectful dogs.
She is going to make someone very happy when she finds her forever. She needs rescue or adoption urgently.
**UPDATE: She's doing better with some kids. She's weary but has grown to adore an 11 yr old volunteer who is working very hard with her. She's also doing well with other dogs, unsure at first but warming up faster each time. She's going to be a great dog for anyone willing to work with her.
**UPDATE: In an effort to spare lives she is in a very temporary foster. She can not stay this is just us hoping a hero emerges this week. If interested in meeting Dina message the page so we can set up an appointment.
I was picked up as a stray, and am quite scared in this environment. I need time to trust humans again. I may have recently had pups but shelter personnel are not sure.
Intake Date: 7/20/16 Available: 7/26/16
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