“When you realize you want to spend the rest of your life with someone, you want the rest of your life to get started as soon as possible.” – Nora Ephron
Introducing Nora! This little sweetie is about one year old and weighs just about 30 pounds. That means she is the perfect size for curling up in her foster mom’s lap — tried and true!
Nora is already crate trained! She sleeps soundly through the night and keeps it clean. She does get a little upset when initially crated, crying and fussing a little, but then settles down after just a few minutes. She knows the proper place to potty (outside) and does so quickly once she’s taken out.
Nora currently lives with foster mom and dad, foster siblings, and lots of foster animal siblings including other dogs and goats. She is a shy girl at first and needs time to warm up, but once she does, she gets super excited and bouncy to see her humans and is also making her way towards earning official lap dog status. With her new dog friends, Nora does like her personal space and gives gentle reminders of this, but after some time and slow introductions, she warms up to them too. Nora does well with the young humans too, though slow and easy introductions are key so she doesn’t get too nervous. Nora has been working on settling in and building confidence but will be sure to add tricks to her repertoire in no time.
Nora is such a sweet, even-tempered girl but when she gets very excited, she lets out the cutest little happy bark! When she sees her human friends she’ll scoot around and dance on her hind legs. She does great on a leash and walks of probably any length will be great for her regular exercise needs. Sweet Nora is slowly but surely coming out of her shell and when she does, she’s sure to make a great companion for someone. Are you ready to give Nora the love she wants for the rest of her life? Contact us today!
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