HALEYâS READY FOR A FOREVER HOME!
Yes, we really think so! She has come a very long way in the nearly two years SLSR has had her, but she will need a really special home Quiet, no children, a securely fenced yard, and at least one other calm and playful dog because Haley takes many of her cues from other dogs.
Haley came to us from a puppy mill. She had been there from birth and sheâs now about 7 years old. Sheâs been spayed, is UTD with her vaccines, HW negative and has been chipped. The family who adopts Haley will need to understand her history and love her in spite of her quirks, realizing that she may never be a completely what you would call normal dog She much prefers to be in the house rather than outside which was not the case when she came to live with her foster mom. She seems to really like it when people come to visit, especially when they bring their dogs along. She doesn't care how small or big they are!
She may have quirks, but she is a love!; Sheâs quiet, very sweet and gentle. When people meet her, they would love to be able to hug and love her right away, and that is one of the difficult things about living with Haleyâshe isnât ready for that and may never be.
She is quick to learn by repetition of words. She has learned that hands can mean good things like petting, massage, and feeding her treats, although still; quite timid about those things.; When she is on a leash, she will walk along when you say âLetâs go, Haleyâ and does not pull on the leash, but startles easily and will jump away.
Her foster mom would adopt her in a New York minute, if not for circumstances that make it impossible. The adoption process may take a while, as we feel that multi-visits to the adopterâs home and to the foster home for the adopters will make the final placement less stressful for Haley. We are looking for experienced dog owners. Sammy owners would be great, but the important experience would be with other puppy mill âsurvivorsâ.
St. Louis Samoyed Rescue
St. Charles, MO