This sweetheart is looking for a very special home — Please read her bio entirely before applying for adoption.
Despite not having the most loving upbringing, Peanut has a gentle and sweet soul. Her fosters are working to build her trust and help her come out of her shell. Sadly, humans make Peanut nervous — when anyone comes close her body starts to shake.
Her foster home has another dog, who is calm and confident — Peanut seems to love the company of another dog and would prefer to move into a home with another K9. Having a dog that isn’t afraid shows Peanut that everything is okay!
Breed: Husky mix
Age: 5 years old, a mature but youthful gal!
Size: Medium, about 30-40 pounds
Sex: Female, spayed, up to date on vaccines, microchipped
House trained: I have a fearful pee sometimes, and I’m still adjusting to a home. My foster parents are using my crate to housetrain me.
Crate trained: Yes, I actually like my own little room, fit for a princess! It is my comfortable place when I am feeling shy and nervous.
Loose-leash trained: Sadly I do not know how to walk with this guidance… The lovely rescue volunteers think I lived outside in a run most of my life.
Commands: Sadly I am a bit too scared for basic commands right now. Though my foster parents say I have a gentle nature, and that I am very smart & will learn quickly when ready! Fun fact: I come when you whistle!
Dogs: Yes, I am dog-friendly!
Children: Since I am a bit shy and reserved sometimes, young children are not for me.
Are you the patient and loving family this beautiful girl is looking for?