10 December 2010

no home for nina yet, but we have hope...

nina, the sweet pup we've been trying to find a home for, hasn't been adopted yet, but we have hope. several people have expressed interest in her, and hopefully will meet her this weekend. we're sure one of them will want to give this gorgeous young lady a forever home.

nina sitting pretty in the atelier- such a good girl.
we had a chance to spend time with nina this week, and she is a total love. a bit shy at first, once she warms up, she couldn't be sweeter (one of the reasons she CAN'T end up in a shelter- her shyness means she wouldn't 'show well' making her chances of adoption not so good). we cat tested her with richard, and frankly, she could have cared less about him, being much more interested in some of ted's toys (while she didn't react aggressively towards richard, the same can't be said of him- *i* even got scared of the noises he was making for a second!) also,  as you can see for the below video taken in her foster home, she sure plays well with other doggies, so she would be a great addition to a multi-dog home.  she hasn't been around kids yet, but she is SO mellow and gentle, i can't imagine any problems in that area either.

hopefully by monday, we'll have some good news to share with y'all- everyone keep your fingers crossed for nina, k?  and pass this post on!

if anyone is interested in adding this lovely young lady to your family, please contact JAUGUSTBAKER AT G MAIL DOT COM. 


Teresa at Splendid Sass said... sweet. I hope she finds a good home.

Raina Cox said...

Fingers crossed for sweet Nina!

jones said...

She is so gentle. All of the makings of a super dog.

The English Organizer said...

Sitting in that chair, she's at least as beautiful as professional model dogs - could she find a new career doing that?
In any case, good luck, Nina!

Anonymous said...

what a fantastic video...just watching it is making me smile...I'm hoping Nina gets a home, fast. would take her in a heart beat if I could get her to Michigan easily. so good of you to work on getting homes for all these "lost" pets....maureen

Kim@Chattafabulous said...

She looks my Jessie I had years ago. Best of luck for sweet Nina - hope she finds the perfect match!