This simple solution to shelter stress (and all sorts of troubling behaviors that go with stress) has set Brenna on the course toward the good life. Brenna was starting to shutdown in a busy, understaffed open-admission shelter. Living in the facility was just too hard for her.
We knew she was a good girl. Working with our partner Highland County Humane Society, we got Brenna into a foster home. She is thriving. She loves her (dog) foster sister Cali. Brenna still gets scared sometimes, but she has come a long way from being crouched on the bottom of her kennel run in fear.
Thanks to our supporters and volunteers, Brenna is now adoption ready.