Lois - Female | 3 yrs | 30lbs | Terrier mix
Good with adults?
Good with kids?
Good with other dogs?
Good with cats?
Lois was brought to the Mexican shelter in extremely bad condition with 2 other dogs. All 3 were starving. 1 of the 3 was so bad that she had to be put down right away. The other one (male) was adopted earlier this year. They rehabilitated Lois as well and she was at the shelter for about 1 year.
Landing in the middle of winter in Canada was both exciting and too darn cold! A little shy of the cold, but will still do her business outside! After approximately a week, she’s outside joining the others in a good jump in the snow.
Very smart and caught on to climbing the stairs quickly. Watching the other dogs in the pack of the foster home, she’s learning so much! She does very well with the other dogs and ends up cuddling up to one of them at nap time.
Per Lois' foster home…
A home where her love will be a mutual exchange and someone is there most of the time, although she would likely curl up and sleep if her human(s) are away.
Ideally I think she is well suited to a senior wanting a cuddle buddy or perhaps a family who wants to include her in their activities. It would be super if she had another pet in the home but she would likely be fine if there was a human home to love her most of the time.
Adoption Fee | $500
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Why We Love Fostering
The thought of cats and kittens missing out on a loving home is one big reason as to why I foster. I thoroughly enjoy watching homeless cats go from being afraid of their own shadow, to throwing themselves at you with all their pent up love. It is so hard to see the cats/kittens leave once they are ready, but knowing someone has adopted a once abandoned sweetheart is the best feeling ever.
*** Please note that we are NOT accepting applications for the dogs listed as Coming Soon. These dogs have either yet to arrive or have only just recently arrived. Once their foster families get to know them a little better, a detailed bio outlining their personality and describing their ideal home will be posted and we will then begin accepting applications for them. ***
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