Hello! My name is Esther, and I’ve been looking for my forever home for a while. I haven’t given up yet, but I’m starting to wonder where my family is. I am a 3-year-old medium sized American Bulldog mix. I’ve been told I’m pretty—do you think so?
Let me tell you a bit about me: I was saved by a rescue after they saw me posted on a free ad site and they worried about what would happen to me. I was not spayed and they had big concerns I would be used for breeding, or worse. After I was rescued, I was in foster care for a bit where I learned many basic household manners and started to learn that the world is not such a scary place. You see, before I was rescued, I was kept penned up and isolated from people and the world so many normal things other dogs experience every day, I could not experience in my formidable years and I now think some normal everyday things are scary. Because of this, I’m told I should go to a home with no children. I need a slow introduction to people, things and my environment, and that’s not something that is fair to expect a child to understand. I get it!
The nice people at The Pet Connection are working with me to understand that everything is not scary or at least teaching me how I can deal with things that I may find scary. The Pet Connection will provide free training sessions and support to my adopter to help me continue to improve and learn.
Oh, and one thing I don’t find scary is water! I LOVE water!!
Are you my forever home that can help me continue to learn by being patient with me? To meet me or to find out more information, call/text (913) 671-7387 or contact The Pet Connection.
MABBR is entirely funded by donations. Our expenses include pet vaccinations, spaying and neutering, parasite treatment, and medication for any pets with special needs. Additionally, we must pay for boarding for dogs waiting for foster homes to become available.