Annie is coming along at a positive steady pace. I have kept her name Annie because she responded to it well and felt it would be easier for her if her name stayed as it was, it also fits her well. She was very nervous of all her new surroundings as expected but she is really coming around and is becoming very comfortable. She was very nervous and confused for a few days but I just continued to show her love and attention and she became very attached… teaching her that it’s ok for me to give Dodger attention as well because she wanted all the attention, haha. Getting her housebroken has been a slow process but there has been great improvement the last few days learning the routine. She gets along great with my beagle Dodger who I adopted from nccr in 2014, being able to follow his lead on becoming house broken I feel has helped a lot. She has a bed set up in my closet where she felt safe near Dodgers bed. She is a complete sweetheart and gets along with all of the other dogs at the office and everyone loves her. She shows absolutely zero signs of aggression. She does not respond to any commands other than her name but we will work on that, she has a lot to learn but I feel confident she will learn quick. She seems very comfortable at home and loves her spot in the corner of the sectional couch. She is perfect and love having her as part of the family. Every few days she shows a new and happier personality as I feel she is settling in and loving it.
Thank you for the opportunity for me to bring Annie into my home, she is everything I hoped she would be and more than happy to give her a comfortable forever home.
Annie was adopted in December 2021.