Jenna, Out of Her Shell, Into Their Hearts

The shelter staff was very concerned about Jenna when she was there because she was so shut down. I call this shelter shock... when I dog is so freaked out in the shelter they are not themselves... they are timid, fearful and may even present some "unwanted" behavior. Somehow we knew different..... Once in a quiet foster home, with a few days to decompress, some groceries and care Jenna began to relax and let her sweet self be known. Jenna still needed groceries, a no puppy pledge and a tail surgery before she could be adopted.

Jenna is not settled in with her FURever family and she has taken over their hearts. Jenna now knows this is her family, and she is furever loved and safe.

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