Age: 4 Years
Weight (approx): 64 Ibs
“Hey there, I’m Adira. When I was rescued by HART, I was in a pretty bad place. I had not been treated so great by my hoomans, and because of this, I am struggling with anxiety. I can be a nervous nelly in new situations, but with help from my foster home I am managing my best. I love my people, and when I feel safe with you, I love to snuggle up to you and nuzzle my nose right into you because that makes me feel safe and loved. I would love to find a home with a nice yard that I can call my own, and a hooman that is home most of the time to keep me company. I have been waiting for my furever family for a while now, but I know that my person is out there somewhere. Are you my person? Please click on the “Adopt me” Button below and let’s meet.”
Love – Adira
Adira came to hart’s from our target community after she had suffered neck lacerations from being chained up. She had some broken teeth that were removed as well as a benign mass that was removed from her mammary gland. Additionally, she had some complications from her spay, which is more common for mature dogs that have just finished their heat cycle, and was treated for the resulting infection. Adira was in a bad shape, but with medical treatment and support from her foster parents, she has made a full recovery and is ready for adoption. She is currently on anti-anxiety medication. Adira is is up to date with DACPP, Bordatella, Rabies and is spayed and microchipped.
Adira is a sweet, cuddly girl who is struggling with separation anxiety. She would benefit from a home with people who are experienced dog owners and able to commit to her continued care and training. She has come a long way with her Foster Home since being in HART’s care, and would likely continue to thrive in a quiet home with someone who is home more often than not, and willing to love Adira for who she is, despite her fears. If you are wanting to make a difference in the life of a young dog who deserves all the love and care that she didn’t get from the beginning, please consider adopting Adira.