Let’s welcome Nola! She has the cutest little underbite showing off her pearly white teefies. We love her! Nola was recently released with her kennel mate Beau (possibly her littermate) to the care of CHBR after being seized by animal control from a breeder/hoarding situation in New Orleans. This case involved 30 dogs living in deplorable conditions. While 17 dogs have been taken in by another rescue, Nola is among the two now with CHBR, and we couldn’t be more excited to finally have them safe with us.
In the breeder’s home, Nola lived in a small wire crate, stacked atop another, a situation that left her and the other dogs living in their own waste. This confinement caused both physical and emotional scars. Nola has had no socialization or exposure to the outside world until now.
We are in need of a foster or permanent home. Nola will require a supportive environment to adjust to a normal, healthy life. Her future family or foster family will play a crucial role in helping her recover from her past and learn to enjoy the simple pleasures of a loving home. Nola will need lots time and patience, and someone to go slowly and let her come around on her time and terms. She may have some bathroom accidents and will need help learning to walk on a leash. She knows nothing! A home without young children would suit her best for now, as a she is quite timid. Loud noises and fast movements may worry her. In addition to the needs mentioned above we will REQUIRE A PHYSICAL FENCE to be considered.