Just call me Winky…I may only have one eye, but it doesn’t bother me or slow me down in the least!
As a transfer, we only know a little about this sweet hound who enjoys the company of people. While she is missing an eye, our vet has assured us that it doesn’t impact her in any negative way, slow her down or require any special treatment at this time. Like most hounds, she has a strong prey drive and will do just about anything to get that squirrel so needs a secure area to run free in. She is a very happy, energetic pup who is looking forward to a new lease on life with a loving family…
I can be very shy when first meeting people. It may take a few visits for me to warm up to new people and let them see my playful nature and sweet disposition. If you come to see me and I don’t seem interested, please don’t let that deter you – I just need a little extra time.
Note: Adelaide is good with dogs in a play group, but has been very reactive to other dogs in a home setting. For this reason, we have been looking for a home where she can be the only pet. However, our trainers feel that she may be able to adjust to life in a home with another dog under the right set of circumstances. If a potential adopter already has a dog, we are going to ask that they work with our trainers on a plan that will increase the chance of a successful transition to a home with another pup.