Hi! My name is
Date of Birth
August 13, 2013
Fast forward 3 months later and here I am, ready for a family to call my own! I have learned to walk on a leash, go potty outside (I can also use a pee pad indoors!), I get along well with little doggies like me, and I have no problem being home alone. I am a perfect little lady who would never chew or destroy anything. I am also crate trained and I sleep through the night, and my foster mom says I’ve blossomed into the sweetest cuddle bug, I fit in any lap!
Now, I have to be honest, I am looking for a very special family, because even though I am ready to give my heart to a lucky someone, I need them to be patient and understand my personality and boundaries. I am very loving but I scare easy. I am looking for a family with a fully fenced yard and no young kids as children who are too young to know how to approach me can be very scary to me, so I would prefer no kids. I would love to have a doggy friend to hang out with, preferably close to my size. I don’t have experience with bigger dogs but if they are calm and respectful to me I am sure I will warm up to them in time.
My family needs to be patient and experienced with shy dogs. I might be a little scared and shut down for a bit when you take me home, but that is only because new faces and situation are scary to such a little thing like me, but I promise you I am worth it. I will come around in no time. I have so much love to give and my foster pawrents say I am so smart and sweet, they are so proud of me and they tell me every day.
Do you think you can be my person? All I need is a solid routine, food, love, patience and plushy blankets (I LOVE BLANKETS!)! I am looking for a patient and loving home, with a fur sibling, a fenced yard, and lots of plushy blankets, are you the one for me?” – xo, Sisky
Good with Cats?
Not tested with Cats
Good with Dogs?
Only tested with Smaller Breed Dogs
Good with Kids?
NO KIDS PLEASE!
Do I Need Special Care?
Yes, Behavioral Special Needs - Sisky is a fearful and undersocialized dog. She will require a calm, patient and experienced home to help her through her fears.