2017-01-12 / Neighbors

Lucky Pup Rescue



Kasey is a 1-year-old girl and is a great medium size. She was adopted from Lucky Pup Rescue, but her nervousness around the family’s young daughter and husband was too much so she was returned. Now she is back with us and working with a wonderful trainer on building her confidence. Kasey does best when she is in the company of another confident dog to lead the way. She has a medium activity level – she loves to play or be outside but also enjoys relaxing on the couch or lying on the deck in the sun. Kasey gets overly excited with cats so is not able to live with them safely. Small children would be too scary for Kasey as well. She is housetrained and crate-trained; in fact she loves to go into her crate, even with the door open because that is a safe place for her. Kasey is so smart and has made a lot of progress since coming to Maine. Once she feels comfortable with her humans she will look to them for reassurance. She has some volunteer friends who take her with their other dogs to a nursing home to visit with residents and Kasey seems to enjoy that in the company of her dog friends. Once adopted, Kasey will need to continue her training; she is learning that the world is not such a scary place. She will likely not be an off-leash candidate due to her fear, and needs a patient family who understands shy dogs. For more information, visit www.luckypuprescue.org. (Courtesy photo) Kasey is a 1-year-old girl and is a great medium size. She was adopted from Lucky Pup Rescue, but her nervousness around the family’s young daughter and husband was too much so she was returned. Now she is back with us and working with a wonderful trainer on building her confidence. Kasey does best when she is in the company of another confident dog to lead the way. She has a medium activity level – she loves to play or be outside but also enjoys relaxing on the couch or lying on the deck in the sun. Kasey gets overly excited with cats so is not able to live with them safely. Small children would be too scary for Kasey as well. She is housetrained and crate-trained; in fact she loves to go into her crate, even with the door open because that is a safe place for her. Kasey is so smart and has made a lot of progress since coming to Maine. Once she feels comfortable with her humans she will look to them for reassurance. She has some volunteer friends who take her with their other dogs to a nursing home to visit with residents and Kasey seems to enjoy that in the company of her dog friends. Once adopted, Kasey will need to continue her training; she is learning that the world is not such a scary place. She will likely not be an off-leash candidate due to her fear, and needs a patient family who understands shy dogs. For more information, visit www.luckypuprescue.org. (Courtesy photo)

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