1 year 6 months
Hellos! I’m Zoey, and I want to share top-of-the-day wishes with everyone! I have quite the story to share about how I landed with GPRA. But, first, I have several kind-hearted humans to thank as I wandered for a long time before finally being caught and placed in a loving foster home. Going from wandering and hungry days and nights to being a couch potato is quite a life change.
Here are a few things that my foster family has learned about me.
“Zoey is shy and submissive. You can see that Zoey wants to be loved, but she is not fully trusting quite yet. Zoey only needs time and patience to build her confidence and trust in humans. She is a sweet soul.”
“Zoey can be a bit protective of her food bowl with other dogs but not with people. However, this behavior may change as she trusts that she will get enough to eat.” *GPRA recommends feeding dogs separately and picking up bowls after eating.
“Zoey is not a barker and does not seem to know the purpose of toys. She is okay with cats and other dogs and likes children.”
“We love seeing Zoey settle more each day. She is starting to do her favorite full-body spread out on our hardwood floors which lets us know she trusts her surroundings. Zoey also does quite well in the car.”
“If it were not for her big fluffiness, Zoey is such a quiet dog that sometimes we forget she’s in the house.”
Pyrly grateful, Zoey
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