Name: Zena In Nh
Zena is about 2-3 months old. We really have no idea what he mix is but she's super sweet and social girl! Zena's mom died after being bit by a snake so a foster with a big heart took her and her sister into into their home. The foster mom bottle fed and cared for Zena for several weeks until she could get spayed and up to date on vaccines to come to CCNE. Zena is spayed, up to date on vaccines, and microchipped. Her adoption fee is $475. Applications and information about our adoption process can be found on our website at www.caninecommit.org. Questions about this dog should be directed to email@example.com. Thank you! A bit more information that you might find helpful: YES, this dog is here in New Hampshire. Canine Commitment does not post any dogs as available until they are here, in NH, and available to meet before committing to adopt. Canine Commitment has two licensed shelter locations (at our private residences) in the state of NH, abiding by all state and federal import and quarantine laws. We are a 501c3 not-for-profit organization run by volunteers who just want to help save some lives. A NOTE ABOUT HOUSETRAINING: We can tell you about our experience with a dog in our homes and in the fosters' homes down south (prior to arrival in NH). Please keep in mind that we do this with a lot of pups -- dogs go directly outside when they come out of their crates and usually are not given free range in our homes without supervision. ANY dog may need time, patience, and consistency to learn your home, your routines, and your expectations of them. Be patient, buy a bottle of carpet cleaner just in case, and give this new relationship some time and TLC. Most pups have been in at least three locations prior to going to your home. They may be confused, unsure of themselves, and looking for cues ... and understanding. They are living, feeling beings who should not be expected to be perfect instantly. (Sometimes, they are. Bonus!) A NOTE ABOUT LEASH WALKING: In our homes, the pups are in fenced areas. In most cases, volunteers have walked the adult, larger dogs at some point and we have some information from them about the dog's behavior on leash. Most often, we do not. Our experience with them on leash is limited to transfers to/from the car, into/out of the vet's office, etc. Some dogs behave just the way they do in group settings when they are on leash. Other times, they do not. Do not ask too much of a new, adult dog in your home. Give them time to adjust before introducing them to other dogs. Introduce them slowly and with forethought (feel free to ask us for some resources -- we are happy to provide those!). More questions? Please check out our Adoption FAQ on our website at www.caninecommit.org. Join us on Facebook for more photos and to join our community of dog lovers! https://www.facebook.com/caninecommitmentnewengland Thank you for looking and considering rescue!!!