Meet Appling. Appling was rescued on Georgia Gives Day from a shelter in
Atlanta, GA. She was so terrified of someone touching her that she peed on
herself when our volunteer went in her cage to say hello.
Within days of being in a foster home, Appling met the other pack members
and started to feel safe and loved. She shares her home with two boys (ages
8 and 10) and a very large cat. She is scared but very curious of the cat
and barks at him. Appling is also very good with the kids and is perfectly
willing to be the one to wake them up every morning by kissing them. But be
warned, she might steal a sock on the way out of their rooms and snack on it
while you are not looking.
She is the most wonderful girl and has a great low key personality. She is
fitting in fantastic with 3 much larger fur sisters. Appling is completely
housetrained, loves her crate and goes in willingly, and is very well
behaved. Appling is in a home with a fenced in yard and is not leashed
walk. She has a pretty big aversion to a leash and once connected, will
just sit down and not budge.
Appling is approximately 2 years old and only 36 lbs. She is spayed and
ready to find her forever family. She will need another well balanced dog
to share her home with. A fur sibling will provide her much comfort and
will continue to help her gain confidence. She has come a long way since her
first day in foster care. She is still timid of people but is growing more
confident every day.
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