Jill has arrived at her new foster home and is settling in well. Her foster mom reports that she is very sweet and loves to give cuddles and kisses. Jill also loves her treats and travels well in the car. She really likes her crate and will go in on her own to take a nap. She has been a great houseguest so far and all she needs now is a wonderful forever home of her own.
Jill is in need of a new foster home because she is not getting along well with the other dogs. She loves people, especially children. Jill is so gentle with any person she comes into contact with. She doesn’t jump and obeys commands, even from a small child. She will follow her foster mom wherever she goes. Jill does fine with free run during the day. If you can provide an only dog home for this sweet girl, please apply today to help Jill!
Jill has now been spayed and she did great with the surgery. She is such a sweet girl and had to stop and put her head in everyone’s lap in the waiting room before she left the vet. Jill is very easygoing and well behaved. She is now ready to find a forever home.
Jill is a people pleaser and wants to be near any person that will give her attention. She is super gentle around children, never jumps up, and walks well on a leash. Jill is still getting used to the active male boxer in her home. She seems much more comfortable around the calmer senior dog. Jill would do best in a home without cats. She is housetrained and does well alone. Jill knows how to sit, lay down, and shake.
Jill arrived at her new foster home this weekend. She traveled great in the car and was very friendly with all the new people she met. Jill is now living in a home with two other dogs. She is shy with the other dogs and has been keeping to herself. Jill really loves children and is a complete sweetheart. We will update her page once her foster family gets to know her better.
Jill was signed over to the shelter when her owner was moving. She is around 4-5 years of age. We don’t know a lot about Jill’s background, but at some point she had her right eye removed. Jill was evaluated with another dog at the shelter and did really well. She just visited our vet, who indicated Jill has just weaned a litter of puppies and is still producing milk. She will be spayed in a few weeks. Jill will be transported soon to her new foster home, where she will be living with two other dogs. We will get better pictures and post more information as soon as her foster family learns more about her.