|Status:||Looking for a home|
|Species:||Dog, Sanctuary Pets|
Cherri arrived to our shelter on December 28, 2021. Our New Year gift from a filthy rural shelter. All she knew were a short chain, tiny wooden kennel and scraps of food. Humans haven’t been kind, so Cherri wouldnt leave her new house when people were present at all for the first few months.
She didn’t loose her sweet nature, though. She is still a bit shy with new people and can be scared of new places but she quickly adjusts.
Cherry is an Eastern European Village Dog (yes, it is a breed!). She is 2 years old, weighing 40 lbs., healthy, spayed, and up to date on vaccinations. She is sweet, but can be initially shy (with a little time, she comes out of her shell nicely). Cherry is great with people and kids. Currently, she is living in a family with children and is wonderful with them. She shares a house with three other dogs. She likes them, but will need slow introductions (initially, she may try to establish her place in the pack). We believe she would be happy to be the only dog, but will be ok with another mellow dog as well. We do not know how Cherry is with cats. She is fully house-trained, walks well on leash, and is an all around good, smart, loving girl. She does a cute little dance to get your attention or to thank you for a treat. This girl has had such a sad beginning. She deserves a loving forever family that would give her love, attention, and time to adjust. As all rescues, she will need your patience and time – given that, she will make the most loyal, loving companion.
Good with other dogs, healthy, vaccinated