19 JUNE 2017: In her brief time in her new foster home, shy Noel has actually been quite bold, checking out what's on the counters, picking up bones to chew on, investigating, and barking at basement residents and their dogs. She wags her tail, has a healthy appetite, and will come up to me to pet her. She seems confident around the other dogs - ears up, tail out. Noel has had no issues going outside or coming back in and no accidents in the house. She does bark a little in the crate but has kept it clean. She is a little nervous but has settled in nicely. Noel would probably do best in a home with another dog, that isn't too loud and active, and that has no small children.
First impressions: Meet sweet little Noel, she is a sensitive softie who is hoping to find a patient owner with a quiet lifestyle. Noel is hoping to find someone who is ready to help her take the right paw forward with some confidence building classes so she can find her way in this world. She would do best in a home with another dog that can teach her the ropes and could be her new buddy. Because she can be overwhelmed meeting new people and in new environments, Noel would be best suited for homes with adults only and no high-rise apartments. Noel is about 2 years old.