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Adopt Me: Nora is looking for a new home!

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Nora dog

Town and Country Today, in partnership with Second Chance Animal Rescue Society, brings you this feature highlighting a special pet that is in need of adoption.

Hello, I'm Nora and I am looking for a new home!

Animal Type: Dog

Gender: Female

Colour: Brown/Black

Approximate Date of Birth: March 1, 2020

Breed: Mixed breed (large)

Intake Date: Feb. 12, 2021

*** Norah is a nervous dog that gets fearful around new dogs and needs proper socialization and training so she doesn't make poor decisions *** Norah will require a training fee (which is not included in the adoption fee) where a SCARS behavioral trainer will assist you with a few sessions to get her on the right path *** Experienced dog home needed ***

Hello! I'm Norah and my best guess is I'm almost a year old. I am so full of love I am bursting at the seams! As I am starting to feel safe and protected for the first time in my life, I'm developing some puppy behaviors. I love toys and sometimes mistake a sock or shoe or something laying around as a toy. I can't get enough pets and love so I can get intense and accidently nip or jump up when I'm showing you how much I LOVE you. I do have some accidents in the house, but I am learning. I chase the resident cats and scare them. I also will need some training regarding other dogs. They terrify me because of how we all had to compete to survive before I was saved. I will bark intensely at them when I see them. This will need immediate attention and training before it develops into more undesirable behaviors that could get me in trouble. I love walks and do pretty good on my leash. I sleep in my kennel at night and don't even complain much once you get me in there! I sound like a big undertaking but honestly I am so sweet and loving and beautiful. I am worth it. I'll need a home with no other pets, a confident dog owner, and only older children.


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