9 yr old female Shiba, no cats –
Reyna’s family got her when she was an adorable little puppy! Fast forward 9 years, and they were no longer in a position to give her what she needed and they wanted better for her.
Reyna is a very friendly and loves being with her humans. Reyna would love to be any only dog so she is the center of attention. She can co-exist with other dogs; she will simply ignore them, and prefers they do the same. She does, however, have a history of aggression towards senior/weaker dogs, so any other dogs in her forever home will need to be younger and healthy. She has a strong prey drive and cannot be trusted with cats.
Reyna has done really well with her foster mom’s grandkids (as young as 7), who know how to behave properly around dogs. She’d prefer a home that is relatively calm and quiet. She is house trained. She is not crate trained, but is a very chill and well behaved girl , aside from her tendency to run off if a door or gate is left open for her.
Reyna had been severely overweight for many years, and developed arthritis in her front paws. Since coming into rescue, her foster mom has her on a better diet and keeps her active so she’s in great shape, and only occasionally experiences arthritic pain. She loves long walks and is accustomed to doing 2 miles twice a day. Keeping her active in her forever home is super important for her to live her best life!
We are looking a forever home for Reyna. If you are interested please fill out an adoption application. If you’re already on our waitlist, please reach out to let us know you are interested. firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text 720-491-1278.