Lydia comes from a very sad background and we feel so lucky and empowered to help her have a brighter future. She had some crappy owners who made her live outside chained up in very poor conditions, she was frequently attacked and impregnated by free roaming dogs for 6 years. Sadly, they locked her in a wooden box in the back of a horse stall at a fairground and left her for dead. Even more sadly, this was probably the best thing that ever happened to her because it was her ticket out of that home and into the shelter, and then rescue!
Lydia is such a love despite being treated poorly her whole life. She loves people (especially if it means she gets cuddles) and we have gotten to see her settle in and turn into a happy, funny girl. When she is excited she not only snorts like a pig, but wags her tail causing her whole body to move with it and wiggle around. She usually spends her nights in bed with her foster family; her favorite thing is being tucked underneath the blanket during bedtime and then snoring through the night.
Lydia’s rough past of being frequently attacked and impregnated by free roaming dogs means she needs a home in which she is the only canine family member, however she is cat friendly and used to spend time with the cats in the cat room at her old shelter. Lydia loves people but she takes a little while to warm up to men. She is great with kids, immediately giving them lots of kisses but being respectful of their size.
We are working on basic training with Lydia. She is great in her crate, house trained, sits, shakes, and is progressing with leash walking skills. She is a food motivated girl and loves to not only please, but learn more as well- the perfect student! She also loves car rides, and any human attention she can get.
She loves being outside, however a large fenced in yard is not needed! She is plenty happy with walks outside on a leash. Her tail starts wagging and her whole body starts to shake, however she is very polite and does not bolt out the door when she goes outside.
Check out her foster families Facebook page, Fostering Fun, to learn more about this girls and her goofy life.
Submit your adoption application (can be found at www.cornerofkindness.org) so you can connect with my foster family and ask them your questions about me and maybe you'll even come to meet me! An adoption application doesn't mean you have to adopt me, or that you're the only applicant- it just shows you're interested in me!
Corner of Kindness will forward your application to the foster parents who should contact you in 48 hours. Foster parents set up meet and greets so you can meet your potential new family member
If everyone feels it’s a good fit then you have a home visit completed
PLEASE APPLY ONLINE TO ASK QUESTIONS www.cornerofkindness.org due to the mass amounts of emails we get (and being all volunteers) we do not respond to inquiries.
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Corner of Kindness Adoption Process: PLEASE APPLY ONLINE TO ASK QUESTIONS www.cornerofkindness.org/forms/ due to the mass amounts of emails we get (and being all volunteers) we do not respond to inquiries. Corner of Kindness will forward your application to the foster parents who should contact you in 48 hours. Foster parents set up meet and greets so you can meet your potential new family member and if everyone feels it’s a good fit then you have a home visit done, sign an adoption contract, pay the adoption fee, and after that your new family member can join your household!
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