Zoey has been adopted!
Please meet little Zoey
Zoey is a female 13 week old black lab mix who was rescued with her siblings from a remote community in Southern Ontario, she is petite and currently weighs 15lbs. Zoey has had her first set of puppy shots, has been dewormed and has had her first dose of heartworm medication. She is a shy little girl with a wonderful disposition, there is not an aggressive bone in her little body. Her confidence level is getting better and better with each passing day. She is learning with the help of her foster brother that not everything in the world is scary, but she will continue to need a home that will be patient with her as she continues to gain confidence.
Zoey is doing wonderful with house training and crate training. She is a very obedient little girl who always wants to please, she loves to be told that she is a good girl. Her favorite time of the day is cuddle time, she loves to cuddle up next to her humans on a soft blanket on the couch. At night she happily goes into her crate which is in her foster moms bedroom- as long as she knows someone is in the room, she is a happy camper.
Zoey is independent and happily plays with her toys when she is by herself. She loves to go for long walks and loves to run and play in the fields with her foster pack, she has very good recall and because she is fostered on a property with a lot of land, she is not leashed when walked-she will need to be leash trained. She knows the command sit and is learning shake a paw.
Zoey has been kid tested and she is wonderful, though she still is a puppy so sometimes her little teeth may unintentionally make a boo boo, therefore older children would be recommended for her. Zoey also loves all dogs she comes into contact with.
Finding a home for her with someone home the majority of the time would be ideal as she needs someone to teach her not to be afraid of things, this needs to be shown to her as it is not something she can learn on her own and is something that needs to be done while she is a puppy. Zoey will require someone that will provide her training, introduce her to the things she perceives as scary and teach her that these things are all OK.
Zoey was lovingly fostered by Susan