Reina has wormed her way into her foster family’s heart (and if you’d met Reina we mean that in a literal sense)!! Reina is full of love for people and we are so excited for her and her family <3 CONGRATULATIONS <3
Reina’s rescue story isn’t paved in silver or gold. She was brought in as a stray with her male GSD buddy (who was also saved by another rescue) in a very large overcrowded shelter. Reina was in the last stage of her pregnancy and was spayed at the shelter and her pups were lost. She stayed 3 weeks in the shelter, where she also had kennel cough.
A tender girl by nature, her entire world had changed and her hormones were all kinds of crazy. She went to a foster home, but, it proved too much for her and SWB desperately sought help from an outside source. Tug Dogs was able to accept her into their program and give her the time she needed to decompress and slowly introduce her to other dogs again – THANK YOU STACY AT TUG DOGS!
Reina is microchipped, spayed, HW negative and up-to-date on vaccines. She has a low-to-moderate energy level and is housebroken. She has exhibited the ability to get along with other “respectful” dogs and needs a slow introduction. She is VERY human friendly, but we do not know if Reina has ever been around small children; we think she may do better with children over 10 (she is not a small girl at 85 pounds and on the thin side).
Reina is about 2-3 years old. She is microchipped, vaccinated, HW negative (on prevention), spayed and has been staying with Tug Dogs for some basic training and intro to dogs. She has shown the ability to be slowing introduced to other respectful dogs. She is housebroken and has been introduced to a crate. She is absolutely STUNNING!
She seems desperate for any attention and any treats!! She is the epitome of velcro dog and will need further training and boundaries to build her confidence and, of course, a new home!! Could you use a little Reina in your life? Apply here: https://shepherdswithoutborders.org/adopt/adoption-application/