2 Years

50 lbs

Fenced yard required

Piper spent several months of her life trying to fit into a busy household, but was overwhelmed by rowdy kids and too much activity going on around her. Since living in her foster home, we've learned that she is very sweet and does quite well in a calm environment with people who are patient with her. 

In her foster home, Piper is learning how to navigate new sounds and people. She is a bit vocal both inside and outside when she hears a noise or a person at the door. She will bark at first when meeting someone, but her foster mom thinks that it is more excitement than being scared. She has met her foster mom's dog savvy calm grandkids, and was good around them. Piper gets along well with the two resident dogs, but playing with other dogs is new territory for this sweet girl. She hops and barks around them in an attempt to get in on the fun. In addition to dogs, she lives with cats and bunnies. She is curious about them, and will chase them, but she isn't aggressive.

Piper will need some guidance with learning basic commands, and she doesn't have a lot of experience with walking on a leash. Since Piper is a nervous at times, she will need a home with a fenced yard to keep her safe. She rides nicely in a car, is good when brushed, and can go up and down stairs.

Piper's foster mom believes that she can fit into just about any type of family, the important part is that they are able to provide a laidback environment and are able to understand Piper's needs, to make sure this awesome girl feels comfortable and part of the family.

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