Oh, hello. It's nice to meet you…I think.
My name is Lydia. I'm a little shy, but I'm eager to find my forever family, so I'm trying to “put myself out there,” as they say. I'm almost 3 years old, weigh 38 pounds, and came to the Providence Animal Center from Florida.
I've been staying with a great foster family and my foster mom has been so patient helping me come out of my shell a little bit: I've met some of her human friends, and when we go for walks I like to say hello to the other dogs we pass. Sometimes I even get treats from the neighbors! I'm learning there are some tasty perks to being more outgoing! My foster mom says I am very treat-motivated, a healthy eater and housebroken.
While I'm becoming more comfortable around strangers, my friends at PAC think I would do best in a quiet, adult-only home. I like to be pet and am affectionate with people I trust – I just need some time to warm up, since I can get nervous if I feel overwhelmed. I love relaxing in my crate for a little “me” time – it's my safe space, so it would be great if you had one ready. After getting to know my foster family's resident cat & dog, I think I could also live with the right kitty or doggy sibling.
So what do you think? I'm spayed, up to date on vaccines and microchipped. If I sound like the right fit for your family, please send a completed adoption profile to email@example.com today! We hope to hear from you soon!
**Some of this pet's photos have been provided by Crissy Everhart Photography & sponsored by Subaru.
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