If that doesn’t melt your heart… Kaylee began her new life away from breeding on December 5. Upon arrival to her foster family’s home she was scared, shut down, and overwhelmed. She met her three foster siblings without any issues; she even wagged her tail a bit, got kisses, and gave kisses.
The first night she found her safe place in the middle of the living room. Since then, she has decided to observe the world around her from the dining room, slightly behind the table.
All breeder dogs require a confident dog who are of a similar size in their forever home. Kaylee is no different, she looks to our resident dogs for support and confidence as she encounters new things and they do a great job of acting in that role model role.
We also are requiring a fence for Kaylee to keep her safe. We would consider her a flight risk as she may not have known what freedom is until now. The proof of needing a physical fence is in her first day here while in the fenced backyard and on a tie out for additional safety, she immediately went to the gate, almost seemingly looking for a way out.
At this time, we are asking for a home with children age 10+. We feel that because she is so shy and uncertain, an older dog-savvy child would be best for her.
Kaylee is adjusting to her new life and starting to show her true self. Keep watching, RAGOM supporters, this girl is going to show us that 2020 was not all bad. She does still need to see the vet and be spayed, but that doesn’t stop us from talking to potential applicants. If you are interested in adopting her, let us know.