Dora and her two siblings were spotted skinny and all wet lying in the farmland when rescuers were in sterilization of stray dogs in mountain areas. They were all afraid of people, so rescuers got them with trap cage the very next day.
Dora was too scared to move at first, but loves to be with dogs in all sizes which brings her safe and peace. With company of household dogs, Dora made great progress from all the affright at Day 3. She went to kindergarten with her foster mom for work which made her more relaxed and trusting in people. But for people meeting with her at the very first time, it’s better to squat down.
Dora is in needs of a family with a dog/dogs as she relies more on dogs than people.
She is doing well after 1-month training and shall be a great family member if a family can give her time with patience and kindness for fitting herself in.