We do not understand why Carly is being overlooked, because she is an absolutely wonderful girl. She is incredibly loving and will be a very devoted family member.
BONUS UPDATE: Carly has made remarkable progress over the last few weeks. She is fully house trained and does well in a crate. She is fantastic on walks, and loves every single person she meets. She has worked with a trainer and knows her basic commands, and quickly became one of the trainer’s favorite dogs. She has yet to encounter a face that doesn’t need her sweet kisses. Carly does great with male dogs of all sizes, but has issues with dominant females, so she would be best as an only dog or with males. She did not chew anything in our house other than her toys, and loves to go for rides. Some people say rescue dogs have problems, but her only problem is she doesn’t have a family to call her own.
Carly is a two year old female that is looking for a fair chance to find her forever home. She was originally brought to CLR due to family allergies, adopted, and returned because it wasn’t the right match for the family. Like most dogs in transition, Carly needs patience, guidance, and consistency in her life and an opportunity to feel safe. Currently, she is having a blast in day care, and we have had an excellent trainer work with her. We not only adore Carly, but are very proud of her, and feel she is ready to find the best family that will give her the chance she deserves.