Based on the giant dent in my skull and blindness in my right eye, it has been determined that I was injured with a blunt force object (hammer, brick, or something similar.) Maybe someone didn't want me, but they didn't succeed and I somehow made it to the shelter. I was traumatized and extremely terrified of everyone in the shelter-- nobody had ever shown me that humans could be friendly.
Beautiful Together Animal Sanctuary took a chance on me and got me out of there. Once I met some of the other foster dogs in my foster home, I began to feel more comfortable and come out of my shell. I am still very scared of people upon first meeting them, but I can be won over with treats pretty quickly. I warm up t female energy much more easily than I do to males. It will take lots of patience to be my friend. Part of my brain injury makes me forget that I've met people before, so I need someone who can be conscientious of this.
I am very quirky, but I'm also very loving and playful once I'm comfortable. Basic positive training will go a long way with me! I might be a forever foster, but the right person might just be out there waiting for me! If so, I really look forward to meeting you!!