It hard to imagine this scenario, but at the tender age of 1.5 years, Brice, along with a litter of puppies, was just dumped on a rural road and was left on her own to survive until she was saved by a good Samaritan who in turn reached out to rescue. Most likely, she did not have the privilege of being part of a caring family, and the consequence is a shy, confused dog. Her previous foster said given a little time, she warms up and demonstrates her loving nature. She will require patience and time to recognize she is safe and loved, but in return, we believe it will be well worth opening your heart to Brice.
11/17/18 After just one day in her foster home, we have learned so much more about Brice. Most importantly, she is truly a great girl! She is house trained, yep zero accidents, ignores cats, and slept all night on her new dog bed without a sound. She played with her new toy like she was learning that it is actually okay to play. Playing isn’t always instinctive for dogs, especially if they haven’t had an opportunity to have toys or play. She does not interact with her foster’s other dogs and we presume she hasn’t had too much time socializing with other pups. Again, she needs some time to know some of the joys of just being a dog.
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