found a new home!
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I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Fay was brought here from Mexico with many other dogs on a recent rescue mission. Most Tijuana rescue dogs don't have a chance at a second life unless they are able to make it out of there. Fay was one of the lucky ones who made it out and is now searching for her happily ever after.
Fay was beyond petrified when she arrived here on the transport van. She didn't wanna walk or move. One of our best fosters brought her home to give her some time to decompress, since the stress of the transport is enough to make anybody beyond terrified. She was given a nice warm bath, and wrapped up in a cozy blanket for a nap. When she woke up she immediately walked over to her foster home for some love. It didn't take long for Fay to come out of her shell a little. It has now been a few days and Fay is doing great. She gets along well with the fosters other dogs, although she doesn't seem to be interested in playing....yet. She is great on a leash and seems to be mostly potty trained (some work may be needed in any new home environment). More than anything Fay just wants love. If she could cuddle with you all day that would be her ideal situation. Fay acts as though she was deprived of love and so now she can't get enough of it. she stays close to her foster Momma and the second she sits down, Fay wants to snuggle. Fay would do great with someone who wants a lap dog and maybe a walking buddy. Fay may be a hiker down the line, she just needs to warm up a little more still. We would love to see Fay go to more calm home with someone who has lots of time to spend with her and wont leave her alone for 9-10 hours a day. Also, someone who wants a sleeping buddy would be perfect for her. Fay loves to sleep curled up next to her foster and doesn't move all night. She is SUCH a good girl!
If you are interested in adopting Fay, please email us for an application at firstname.lastname@example.org