How could you go wrong with a name like Wynne! I am a very sweet lady who’s looking for some more permanent digs. My first living situation was not the best and I am what you’d call a puppy mill dog meaning I was used as a breeding machine the first 6 years of my life. Thankfully I am out of that business and onto a new and better life. When I came into ABC my back leg muscles were a little weak from spending so many years cooped up in a crate but now thanks to all the help and exercise at my foster home you could hardly tell I ever had a problem. I actually enjoy having another dog companion around to play with but I enjoyed playing with my humans as well. I’d do best in a household with older children where the environment is a bit calmer; too much commotion makes me a little nervous. My foster mom has taught me how to not have accidents in the house and has trained me to a doggie door. I will go in a crate but really love to curl up in my dog bed for the night, whether it is in or out of the crate would be up to you. I have been in rescue for a while now and watched a lot of my friends go and am wondering when does it get to be my turn to go home? Please let the folks of ABC know if you can help my wish come true!
Wynne is not food aggressive, she is good with other dogs, and likes to chew on bones. She likes to go for rides in the car, she doesn't mind a bath or her nails cut. She likes to sleep in her dog bed at night. Wynne doesn't like loud noises, so a home with older children would best suit her. She likes it quiet and serene.
My virtual foster mom is Alicia Lynn in Bohemia, NY