【Age】5 months old
(Est. born on June 27, 2019)
Dora, Donna and their brother were living in the shelter and on a TNR (Trap, Neuter, Release) list. The shelter volunteers have been posting online, hoping to find them their new homes before being released back to the street, but they had no luck in finding homes. One day, the shelter released the brother to the street and when the volunteer heard the news, she went to look for him but couldn’t find him. The shelter volunteer was devastated and reached out to our volunteer to see if we can take over Dora and Donna to our foster care and to find their forever homes.
Dora is great with people and very friendly with strangers as well. She is very affectionate to people and loves to show how affectionate she is. Dora is great with children and loves to play with them. Dora is playful with dogs, though she is a little scared of big dogs and may need to observe them first before playing with them. Dora is also playful with cats as well that she will play with cats the same way as she plays with other dogs. Therefore, if there are cats in the household, only dominant cats or cats who know to set boundaries will be suitable. Dora walks well on a leash, but she is still nervous of the sound of traffic and may want to back off. Dora is very food-motivated which will comes in handy for training and she doesn’t guard her food against people nor other dogs. Dora is currently learning housetraining and she also knows to use training pads at home as well. Dora is well-behaved during car-rides! Dora will grow to be medium-sized and she will be a perfect companion for social functions or outdoor activities and a great cuddle bear at home on the couch!