Personality Color: orangeOrange dogs are likely young, energetic, and enthusiastic with lots of love to give! They will thrive with regular exercise, and some training classes would be a good idea. These dogs would be a great companion for an active person who enjoys running or hiking in the park. Fenced-in yard a plus!
Ahoy there! I’m Oyster, the sweetest girl you’ll ever meet. I have a lot of love to give and can’t wait to find my forever home. I’m a bit stressed at the shelter here and can’t wait for my journey outside the shelter where I can learn polite manners and easy leash walking. One thing about me is I LOVE a stuffie. I like to carry them around in my mouth when I’m walking and show them off to everyone I met, it’s super cute. I’ve been at the shelter since December 5th, 2022 and can’t wait to break out of here and prance around fields of flowers and join you for a cuddle after. Please come meet me today!
Kids 10+, jumpy/mouthy, hard to settle
Dogs: friendly sniffing, then ignores, prefers gentle dogs
Oyster is spending some time in foster: read what they have to say about her:
“Oyster is especially dear to my heart. She is a joy to have around the house, and is a great combination of energetic/playful and relaxed. She is my shadow, regularly leaning against me when I cook or napping with her head on my shoe. She has been learning commands quickly, and I would love to see her go to a home that will continue to teach her some basic training, as I think she takes direction well as long as she knows what you want from her (especially if she gets a treat for doing it!). She is still young, so it would be great if her new household played with her and/or makes sure she gets plenty of exercise . Another dog who loves to play would also be great for her to get her energy out, since so far she seems to really love dogs. She is a sweet, beautiful girl. We get compliments regularly on her behavior, which is surprisingly calm for a 2 year old dog of her breed, as well as her gorgeous gray coat.”