I was recently adopted from Animal Humane Society and returned because my family was unable keep me.
I’ll be a loving companion, but it may take me a little longer to acclimate to new people and new environments. A quieter, low-activity home would give me the opportunity to get used to new things at my own pace.
I love to be busy, both physically and mentally. I'll enjoy seeing and doing things with my new family, and prefer an active household. Energetic dogs like me need a companion who can provide adequate mental stimulation and exercise, such as running, hiking, or playing Frisbee.
Young children make me a little nervous. I would be happiest in a home without kids under the age of eight years.
I was very shy when I arrived at the shelter, so I participated in a special adoption preparation program that helped me adjust to a bustling shelter environment. I will do best in a quiet, low-stress home environment and may need some extra patience and time to get used to a new home.