You might recognize her– she was frequently posted on community Facebook groups when she was running at large. For five days people were catching glimpses of her but no one could get near her.
Once she arrived at the shelter, it was apparent that she was very sweet but scared. She is still nervous of new people but quick to overcome that fear. It’s important that her new home continues to do slow, positive introductions to help build her confidence.
Nora is a lover of food and toys which makes training with her a joy. She’s eager to learn new cues and seems to be crate trained. Nora will need a home that is committed to continuing her training to keep her busy brain enriched (and out of trouble!).
At the shelter Nora has been reactive towards other dogs. We suspect it is frustration based and she could likely make dog friends in the future. She also seems to be okay with cats who are dog savvy.
Nora is currently intact. She will not be adopted until she is spayed in November. We are hoping if the right home comes along, she can begin building a relationship now. If you think Nora could be the dog for you, email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!