Zadas owners originally contacted us 2 years ago to surrender Zada at 14 months. The owners stated she barked and shed and that was the main reasons they wanted to surrender her. I did the dog evaluation and found a sweet 14-month puppy. Zada acted like a typical 14-month-old puppy who needed to be trained and socialized. After a long discussion and my suggestions, they decided to keep her. Fast forward to present, owners contacted me stating they were ready to rehome Zada. I once again did a dog evaluation and met a very scared and timid Zada. The owners did nothing to train or socialize her as I suggested 2 years ago. Once she felt safe she approached me very timidly and accepted treats and finally wagged her tail. So, we found Zada a foster and I promised her a life she so deserved as I felt I had let her down 2 years ago. Today Zada is learning to be a dog again. She is currently with a foster wit h 2 acres and is learning the basics. Zada does not trust so It takes a while to trust and once she does she is your typical velcro dog. She is currently living with dogs, cats and even chickens. We are SLOWLY introducing her to the other dogs. We have found out early that Zada has toy aggression. Once Zada feel s comfortable and safe she will be a great family member. This foster is very dedicated and has used PATIENCE with Zada and made sure not to rush her into his pack. Please take the time to socialize and train your puppies. They may not get a second chance like Zada. For more information, please click here and fill out an application.