Heidi couldn’t move with her people moved out of state, so she was surrendered to a local animal control. She is now in a loving foster home and doing great. Heidi was previously in a home with two Chihuahuas, She does well with the senior dogs in the foster’s home, but also enjoys her personal space.She is leash trained and house trained and is working on basic commands. She has a great personality once she has adjusted to her new home.
Below, we have posted what her foster thinks about Heidi and her surroundings. Potential adopters will be able to speak directly with the foster to learn more about her.
My take: Heidi and change have a hard time. She needs to feel secure and does not like chaos. She has adapted well to the house schedule (I work and solo human). I think she is accustomed to getting food from humans at the table. She will need time to transition to see the charm of real her. She just loves to share the same space, napping. Low energy (not energizer bunny) end, but loves walks. Would be best in household with no cats and mature humans. Would do ok with another mature dog, if they respect her space (she might not be a playmate, canÔøΩÔøΩÔøΩt tell. . . my guys are seniors and nap often).
She is spayed and UTD on all required vaccinations. She is microchipped and on flea preventative.
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Shelter Name: Pooches & Purrs Cooperative – Brattleboro
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