Fittingly, June is an absolute peach. She always has time to stop and smell the roses, and loves to play with people and other pups, chew on bones, look cute, lay in the sun, and go for strolls. June came to us as an owner surrender from a family who did not have the time or inclination to properly socialize her, and she was initially very shy. Since that time, she has blossomed into a very happy, loving, sweetheart. She is doing great in her foster home, but we haven’t had her out yet at an adoption event so she may be anxious about large crowds and lots of new people.

June is deaf but it does not hold her back whatsoever. She is working on obedience, socialization, and training, and learning quite quickly. She does gets anxious when people reach over her head or sneak up on her, so June’s new family should be prepared to work with NOBR on her socialization program, and do some reading beforehand. We have had several deaf dogs come through our program, including Boss the bulldog who the organization was founded for, and all of them are incredibly happy well-socialized pooches.

June would do well in most any home – but in particular we are looking for one with a committed owner to set consistent boundaries and continue her socialization progress, another dog to serve as a role model, and without young kids (below 10) who may be prone to spooking her.

Note: Preference given to applications with a loving companion dog for June.

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