Hi, my name is Sophia and I believe in second chances. You see, I came to the shelter one fine spring in a desperate situation. I was pregnant, cold, hungry, and pretty nervous. I was given a warm and quiet place to have my babies in a foster home, and two days later they arrived. My babies have since grown up and found their forever homes, but now it's my turn. I'm still a little shy about being held, but I love to be scratched on the cheeks! I also love to play! I'm not much of a jumper, and prefer to stay close to the ground. I'm used to kids from my foster family, but really prefer the peace and quiet from adults. Will you please be my forever second chance?
"We have fostered Begonia for 2 weeks. She is full of energy and loves to play fetch (but doesn’t always bring it back...like most of the time). Towards the later part of the evening, she gets a little wild and likes to jump. However, she has gotten much better at listening and not continuing. She loves to have her belly and ears rubbed. When going out, she is always on the alert for bunnies and squirrels. She stays in the kennel at night but does fine for 2-4 hours by herself with free roam of the house. If you have a high fence, and with training, she will be a great addition to the right family."
Begonia is a 2 year old German Shepherd
Thought I would send you all an update of how I am doing! I could definitely live in a house with or without other animals. I am most content lounging around and being attached to my people's hips or laying on top of their feet. I am very submissive and timid, but so sweet. I really don't have any naughty behaviors! I have a HUGE pittie smile and love everyone, especially the toddler who is at the house. I don't bark and I am completely potty trained. I go in the kennel and whine for just a few seconds. I mostly whine because I can hear my people in the house and I can't be with them. I sure hope someone takes me home and makes me their forever dog- I sure deserve it!