My new name is “Chloe” and my story is sad. But let get on to the good stuff.
My Foster Mom says I’m a sweetheart!
Foster Mom: “Chloe is very gentle and calm. She’s a little timid at first but then extremely affectionate. She gets along great with our two Brittanys but is afraid of our cat. In the few days we’ve had her, we haven’t had to get onto her about anything!! She hasn’t tried to chew anything she shouldn’t. She shares the food and water bowls with the boys just fine.
Good news, Chloe is housebroken and crate trained. Since we don’t have a pet door, we are teaching her to ring the bell to let us know she wants to go outside. She doesn’t seem to like to be outside for very long – she would rather be with her people.
Chloe would be great in any environment but probably better with older dogs since she isn’t that playful. At least, she doesn’t seem that playful yet. She’s pretty low key.”
Chloe is up to date on her shots, heartworm negative and on preventative, she has been spayed and is microchipped and ready for her forever home.