Foster Dog Would Hide In The Bushes On Walks And Also Maintain His Distance


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Forrest appeared to want nothing to do with people. He was surrendered by someone in a group of 30 other dogs and just could not seem to find his footing in this new environment.

He was nervous and frightened and hid in the back of his cage. And on strolls, he chose to sit in the bushes. His foster mother would have to try to discover what makes him tick.

Angela thought to herself, if Forrest was surrendered with so many other dogs, perhaps he needed them to really feel comfy. So she brought out her other dogs, which’s when it all clicked. A confidence seemed to fill Forrest– it’s like he was a completely different dog! She knew she would certainly need to discover the best forever home for him, and we believe she did just that.

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