Jasmine, 5, loves the quiet, predictable life, the kind of life where routine is good and knowing what to expect is everything. She's spent most of her life on-edge, trying to survive out in the world with no one to watch over her. A pretty Shar-pei girl, Jasmine spent 3 long years fending for herself on the side of busy Interstate 85. When we finally caught her, she was very frightened of humans. But, in 4 months with her foster mothers, she's learned so much. She is very gentle and loving but needs a little space and time to unwind and relax in her new home. So, if you were okay with co-habitating, but giving each other a little space, at least at first, that would be ideal.. Jasmine LOVES her crate; it's become her safe space. She could spend her whole day in there, with the gate open, as she settles in. Jasmine asks very little of you except for love and safety. If you can give her those two things, you are golden. A dog savvy person, who could help get Jasmine into a routine around the house would also be ideal. She walks nicely on leash, especially with some gentle encouragement. She would need to always be on leash outdoors to keep her from becoming confusing or frightened and running off. If you would like to know more about how Jasmine is in a home, or what her needs might be, please email Laura McKelvey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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