I am already spayed, purebred, not good with kids, and good with dogs.
"SHEA" -- is a young spayed female that was given up due to resource guarding against the two year old child in the family, who the evaluator described as a "devil on wheels"--he was stealing her toys and kicking her. She is a shy girl that will need time and a lot of patience to bring out, but is doing wonderfully in her foster home, playing, eating, running. Now she displays the normal border collie caution around strangers, but after a few sniffs and woofs, she is fine. Gets along with other dogs well. She is a real sweetheart, and her foster mom's niece has taught her to sit and shake. She is a happy little girl and very affectionate if she is left to come to you first, and she is very clever. We will not place her with children due to her previous bad experiences with them. Shea has had all her shots.
You MUST first fill out an adoption application AND have a home visit BEFORE being considered for any NEBCR dog. As this process can take time, we recommend that you complete these first 2 steps BEFORE inquiring about a specific dog.
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For more information on Shea, phone or email Carole at 978-649-4348 or firstname.lastname@example.org.