***Adopted!*** Shay

***Adopted!*** Shay

Shay has found a home!

Shay as a bunny, all ready for spring!

She is such a happy and friendly girl! And once she knows you, she gets a serious case of the wiggle-butts when she sees you. I’ve seen few greeting more enthusiastic than Shay’s. Despite her enthusiasm, she still doesn’t jump up on you. She lets her butt do the jumping from side to side. 🙂

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Shay, taken April 2, 2019.

Shay was raised indoors with a family with young children, and was just fine with them. The only reason she was surrendered is that her energy level was too much for a busy family. She does have a lot of energy outdoors, and can pull on the leash when walked, though some obedience training would be able to fix that up. She does really love her walks!

Shay out on a walk at sunset, taken April 2, 2019.

When indoors, she likes to chill, and has been described as having a low energy level. She is very cuddly and affectionate with those she knows and trusts. She loves having her belly rubbed! She also loves in general getting rubbed all over.

Shay, taken April 16, 2019.

She also loves car rides. She can be picky about her toys, but has found some that she enjoys. She will do pretty near anything for a treat. She is a quick learner! It did not take her long to settle into a routine at the shelter. She will even kennel up very nicely when asked, and has never soiled her kennel.

Shay, taken April 16, 2019.

She is generally a little cautious of strangers, and will sniff them, but has not been aggressive with them. The longer she has been at the shelter, and the more random new people she has met, the more outgoing she has become. It doesn’t take her very long to realize you’re okay, and then out comes the silliness and the wiggle butt! She just needs to know you aren’t there to do any harm! She is a wiggly, fun, friendly dog.

Shay

She is the kind of dog to stick around outdoors, and has never tried to run away. She appears to develop quite a level of loyalty to those she trusts.

Shay, taken April 16, 2019.

We were also told she was fully housebroken at her previous home. (Though as a disclaimer, anytime any dog ends up in a new situation, it can take up to 3 months to fully acclimate. In the mean time, accidents are a possibility.)

Shay out on a walk at sunset, taken April 2, 2019.

Shay had not been around other dogs or cats at her previous home, so has little experience with either. However, since arriving at the shelter, we have learned that she enjoys the company of Gracie, a large and friendly Bernese mountain dog mix. Shay was only slightly hesitant at first when they met, then they got along great. She has no history of aggression towards other animals. (Though proper introductions are always a food idea!)

Shay out on a walk at sunset, taken April 2, 2019.

Shay is spayed and has been updated on her vaccines as a part of her adoption fee. She has also been treated topically with a flea/tick preventative and has been dewormed.

Shay out on a walk at sunset, taken April 2, 2019.

Shay is seal colored, which means she is black with a reddish tinge in sunlight. She has white on her rear toes and chest.

Shay, taken April 16, 2019.

She was surrendered as a labrador retriever mix, though looks like she may have something like Staffordshire terrier in her, or maybe some bulldog of some sort. Maybe she has 4 or 5 breeds in her; we don’t know. (Though if you adopt her and ever get her a DNA test, we would be curious to know the results. 🙂 ) Whatever her breed, her heart is gold!

Shay, taken April 16, 2019.

She weighs in at 60 lbs.

Shay, taken April 16, 2019.

She was born around June 2014.

Shay, taken April 16, 2019.

If you are interested in adopting Shay, please call the shelter at 507-644-3853, or else stop in during open hours to meet her, no appointment necessary, M-F 2-6 and Sat 10-Noon.

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One response to “***Adopted!*** Shay

  1. I was wondering if she is a good dog to have in a small house with another small dog

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