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Nala, Senior Dog Wishes to Share a Home with Seniot Human(s)

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Nala, Senior Dog Wishes to Share a Home with Seniot Human(s)
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We have a beautiful mostly black Shepherd here named "Nala." She is 50 lbs, 8 years of age and spayed / vaccinated / tested, etc. She is housebroken, plays fetch, knows "sit" and "shake," and is an indoor-only dog. She is used to living with senior adults. She was brought to the shelter when her person was put in a retirement home and the grown son did not want her. (Don't you hate kids like this?)

Nala is selective with other dogs but tolerates those more submissive in nature. She does need to be fed seperately. She is terrified of children; we had an animal communicator work with her and the feeling she got was that Nala thinks children are going to hurt her and she has to get them first. Because she doesn't like children and is an adults-only dog, we are unable to take her to adoption events. Most animals are seen and adopted this way. Without off-site exposure it's very difficult for a dog To get a home.

She is a lovely dog and there are homes out there where an adults-only dog can have a good, safe life. After all, she had one before coming here! Anyway, could you please see if you know someone who will help her? She won't get any exposure sitting in here and the housebroken indoor dogs shouldn't spend months in a kennel.

Thanks a bunch,
Beth Hamilton, Director, Orange County Animal Shelter, 540- 672-1124.


Nala, in Search of a Special Senior Man, Woman or Couple
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We have a beautiful mostly black Shepherd here named "Nala." She is 50 lbs, 8 years of age and spayed / vaccinated / tested, etc. She is housebroken, plays fetch, knows "sit" and "shake," and is an indoor-only dog. She is used to living with senior adults. She was brought to the shelter when her person was put in a retirement home and the grown son did not want her. (Don't you hate kids like this?)

Nala is selective with other dogs but tolerates those more submissive in nature. She does need to be fed seperately. She is terrified of children; we had an animal communicator work with her and the feeling she got was that Nala thinks children are going to hurt her and she has to get them first. Because she doesn't like children and is an adults-only dog, we are unable to take her to adoption events. Most animals are seen and adopted this way. Without off-site exposure it's very difficult for a dog To get a home.

She is a lovely dog and there are homes out there where an adults-only dog can have a good, safe life. After all, she had one before coming here! Anyway, could you please see if you know someone who will help her? She won't get any exposure sitting in here and the housebroken indoor dogs shouldn't spend months in a kennel.

Thanks a bunch,
Beth Hamilton, Director, Orange County Animal Shelter, 540- 672-1124.

 
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