Since arriving in the US, this is what her foster has to say about her personality now that she's safe from her past: Scooby (or Scoobs) is a healthy happy wiggly girl. She greets you coming home from work with big tail wags and butt wiggles. She likes days on trail, and to be able to stretch her legs running on grass. She's most relaxed on days when she's had exercise, but will sleep hard on a comfy chair every night regardless of what she did during the day.
On walks she'll sniff up field mice or squirrels, but can't catch them (yet). She also loves the pack dynamic and would likely do best in either a multi-dog or multi-human household. She's also fine with cats. She's also ambivalent about kids. Never aggressive, but not that interested.
She also LOVES Home Depot and going on coffee and shopping runs. She's great downtown exploring stores. She's a good eater, but a very lean and muscular dog. Doesn't easily put on weight, and when she does it's almost all muscle.
Underdogs Rescue has partnered up with the Elephant Nature Park in Chiang Mai, Thailand to help save some of the 400+ dogs they have living on the sanctuary. While most of these dogs have come to the park following natural disasters or from situations some of us couldn't even fathom, these dogs are full of heart and ready to begin a new life in the US with a family to love them!! Scooby came to the park as a newborn in October 2012 after her mom and her siblings were rescued from a planned mass poisoning in Bangkok. She dances when she sees people, is extremely affectionate and loves cuddles and kisses. She never causes trouble with the other dogs at the park, but tends to get bullied since she's such a sweet little beta dog. She's looking for a forever home where she can snuggle with her humans without any of her past life fears.
More information about ENP can be found on their website here: http://www.elephantnaturepark.org/ Help us help them by fostering or adopting one or more of these sweet babies looking for a new life!
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