Jenny - Adopted!

Name(s): Jenny
Age: 5 (DOB May 31, 2009)
Size (weight):16.4lb

Coat & colour: Smooth Red with narrowing dark strip on back
Temperament: Easy going, curious, nosy
Good with Dogs: Can live with another dog, but would really thrive as an only pet
Good with Cats:OK with confident cats
Good with Kids: Children over the age of 10 only, due to food guarding issues.
Housetraining: Has been OK on a schedule
Suitable for an Apartment: Loves being outside so probably not
Origin: Owner surrender
Adoption Fee: $350

And now a few words from me:

I’m a pretty 5-year-old redhead named Jenny, with an easy-going, curious disposition. I’m an outdoorsy girl, and love going for walks. Once I’m back inside, I’m happy curled up beside my person, sleeping in my crate and watching the world go by. I’m trying so hard to be the perfect girl, but I become tense and nervous if there is movement around my food. I’m working on this and I’m told that I’m improving, but it would be best if there were no children under the age of 10 in my new family. And speaking of my new family, I’m hoping to have one really soon. If you like the outdoors, and are looking for a sweet companion, I just might be your new best friend!

And now a few words from my foster family:

Jenny is a beautiful redhead with a dark stripe down her back. She’s quite friendly and likes to snuggle beside you. With each passing day in her foster home, she has become more outgoing and she just loves walking outside, even in the cold and snow! Summer should see her in her glory. Jenny hasn’t interacted with any toys or the other dogs in her foster home yet. She was respectful of a friend’s confident cat and has become more sure of herself around the dogs. She has shown some resource guarding with her food, although it has improved significantly in the two weeks she has been with us, and if handled with calm assurance, it should disappear entirely. Jenny loves to get into the car but cries once the vehicle is moving. Helping her to gain confidence during short trips should go a long way to helping her overcome this fear. This little ray of sunshine is trying so hard to adjust to her new world, and will be nice companion in her new family.