Neyla is a beautiful 2 year old who appears to be a husky/shepherd mix. She has a beautiful, soft, white coat. She has been passed around from home to home most of her life and didn’t get much attention. She didn’t even really know her name! Her foster mom has renamed her “Cindy” and she is now responding to that name.
Since coming into foster care with Haven to Home, she is enjoying routine and consistency and is thriving! She is enjoying the companionship of the other dogs in the home and is learning from them. She is (mostly) housetrained, has learned basic obedience quickly, and walks well on leash with her Halti.
Neyla/Cindy is looking for a forever home that works-from-home or has a stay-at-home parent and one that is committed to patiently continuing her training and care. She is a nice girl who has lots of love to give.
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