My name is Shiloh (in VA)!

Papillon Dog for adoption in Marietta, Georgia - Shiloh (in VA)
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Papillon 911 Rescue and Adoption, Inc.

Facts about Shiloh (in VA)

  • Breed: Papillon
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 10351604
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

Shiloh's foster Mom says:

Shiloh is such a beautiful little girl. I like Shiloh a lot.  She is fun and young in comparison to my group.  She loves to chase the birds and squirrels in the yard.  She is trying to instigate play with foster brother Robbie.   She loves to cuddle and give kisses.  

She is not allowed in my bed because she sometimes gets nervous and pees in my bed.  She will revert sometimes and claim things by peeing on them.  I believe 2 times in the bed that is what she did was claiming part of my bed as hers and peed to claim it.  Another time I think she got nervous and peed when Annabelle looked at her.

 If there is another dog in her forever household it needs to be a gentle dog who can accept her unfamiliar ways.  With that said she is getting more doggie savvy.  She is not so upset when dogs smell her or get close to her.  She still does not like them to walk over to her but mine do that all the time. She really wants to play with another dog.  She likes to tear open toys and loves squeaky toys.  (I hate squeaky toys!)  

I took her to work the other day for a short visit and she hid under a chair the whole time.   She is still afraid of new people.  She has been bounced around enough so I want someone for her who understands she is different and will take some time. She enjoys life when she feels safe.  

Shiloh needs some younger dogs that play to be around to get that energy out of her.  She had real attacks on a couple of the older dogs that tried to keep her in line, so she should be an only dog or one of a pack of calm even tempered laid back dogs.

She has those typical 'puppy mill' body issues like she has no idea what her back legs are doing sometimes, they are just sticking out sometimes (ie; not relaxing), used to not want to go in the crate but realized it is all about the food now.  

She is a very sloppy sitter.  Does not feel comfortable sitting on the sofa with me for long, needs to get back on the floor after awhile, I don't know if it is because of the other dogs or she just does not relax.  Hope it helps you figure her out.  She is a pretty girl that has a good heart just fearful. With the right person she will blossom.

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Our Adoption Process...

Focusing on Papillons others might think are unadoptable, Pap 911 Rescue uses nutrition, both traditional and alternative medical care, patience and love to heal the abused body and bruised soul.