Hello, my name is Ashley although my foster mom calls me Nola. My name is a work in progress just like me! I have come along way since coming to Minnesota. I came from the south, and although I cannot tell you the story, my people say something bad must have happened to me when I was younger. Why you ask? Well, I am very shy and scared when I meet new people, and I also am scared of loud noises. What does this mean for adopters? Don’t expect me to be jumping all over when you come to meet me. Its not that I don’t like you, its just that I don’t trust people all that easily. I don’t have a mean bone in my, when I am scared, I run back to my safe place (my kennel). Once I warm up though, I am a total doll. I am great at giving kisses, snuggling, and sometimes I even get confident enough to play! Boy its fun when I start playing, but I really don’t know what to do with myself. I like other animals of all shapes and sizes, kitties are fine with me too. I am looking for a quiet home, where there is not too much going on to overwhelm me. I would prefer a home with another confident dog to show me the ropes, and a back yard I can explore in my own time. I am going to take some patience, but I will make a perfect companion to someone that understands my needs and will take it slow with me. I come fully potty trained, I don’t bark much, and ready for my forever home! Although size does not matter to me, you might want to know I am about 30lbs.
Requirements: Physically fenced yard. Home committed to providing stability, love, training, and patience. Adopter must own home due to breed mix.
You can email email@example.com with questions and for a preadopt application. This dog has been spayed/neutered, vaccinated as age appropriate, tested for heartworm disease if age appropriate, and dewormed.
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