Hi, My name is Rain and I’m looking for my forever family.
I came to my foster family in August with my babies. They have since went to their forever families so now it's my turn! When I first arrived, I didn’t really know how to be a dog. With the help of my foster fur siblings I’m learning how to play with toys, bark, and beg for food. (Don't tell on my foster family) I’m fully house & crate trained and I walk good on a leash. I'm a Southern girl from AL after all, manners are our thing in the South.
However, I am really timid, but my foster family has been working really hard and I’m making great progress. I’m still a little scared of men, fast movement from humans, and kids on bikes but in time I will learn to adjust to these things. We all have had things we needed to work through, right? Learning basic commands has been a bit difficult because I’m so timid and not really motivated by treats but I'm trying.
My perfect home would be a home that has another furry friend(s) for me to play with or a home in the country without lots of sudden noises and movements like in the city. I live with my foster kids now and I’m good with kids who can respect when I may need a little time to myself. Just like any other mom!
I'm up to date on all my shots and spayed. I am ready to join your family. I'll miss my foster family, but I know adventure awaits me at the next turn. Where might you take me?
This dog's bio is based off the experiences of the foster and/or volunteers of OPH as well as any information that we received from the shelter or previous owner. This is very important because it means that while they may act one way in the foster’s home, you may experience something different in your home.