New to OCDRT on 11/13/2016 from central Ohio.
Lily Grace is being fostered in Creston Ohio.
Lily Grace (Gracie) is around 6 months of age & less than 20#, we suspect her to be an ACD/JRT mix. She was surrendered due to very long work hours & they wanted what was best for Grace. Grace introduced nice to the pack but needs more social time as she is fearful but defensive. She takes her time to warm up to strangers but a little food and space is all she needs. Gracie loves her toys & playing fetch. We are seeing some resource guarding issues which we are modifying. She is crate trained, & will learn basic manners, foundation skills, house training, & have all her vetting completed on 12/6. We will accept applications while she is under evaluation & she will be available to leave around 12/10. Grace will require an ACD experienced home. Check back for updates as we get to know her better.
UPDATE 11/28/2016: Lily Grace has a deposit from an approved applicant to hold her for a meeting in mid-December.
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