A volunteer writes: Kallyn is an adolescent full of big talk. She acts tough but she is soft inside. She lets you know that she wants to go out. She chills when she sees the leash, the promise of a walk, and company. She strolls nicely, tail happy, sniffs her new premises, does her business, and barks at other dogs met, like she wants to make sure her peers do not come too close. Pigeons do not catch her attention. She sits perfectly well on command and takes treats politely from my hand. Kallyn is so pretty, petite, compact, perfectly dressed in a silvery coat, and those ears and pout give her face so much character. She is a juvenile trying to find her way to adulthood, too confident at times and innocent or naïve at others. I love the way she abandons herself in my arms for kisses and hugs. She is then so sweet and dependent like her given name indicates. Kallyn is only a year old and is in need of guidance (like any youngster) to become the perfect grown-up pooch that will fit in harmony into any household.
Another volunteer writes: One of the very fun things about bringing up a youngster is teaching them new things. Kallyn met a wading pool yesterday on a hot, steamy day. She wasn''t too sure about this new blue object, but after tossing in a few toys and putting her feet into the water she decided she loved it. Retrieving a toy nose deep in the water, going in and out like a delicate lady, she was a joy to watch as she discovered this new thing. Watching her trying to figure out how to retrieve one toy with another in her mouth was hysterical, and she finally just lay down with her toy in front of her and gave me a big wet smile. Some kisses and a tail wag sealed our new love affair. She''s a peanut of a pup, easy and gentle, waiting patiently for her new person or family to find her. Come meet her today.