One year old Jayda is absolutely darling, but is in need of patience and TLC in new situations. This sweet girl is house trained and crate trained, and once she gets over her initial fears with brand new situations or people, she is like a typical pup her age. We believe that she was just under-socialized by her previous family so now, she can get overwhelmed by new sights and sounds. Jayda must have a physically fenced in yard with a minimum height of 4.5 feet high.
Jayda's ideal home will be patient as she works through checking out her new environment, quiet with not a lot of stimulation, a limited number of humans, older children over 13, an area where she can go to relax, and a well-socialized dog who can help her confidence in being a dog. Once acclimated, she is quite the little tornado running around, unafraid of load noises, or her environment.
If you feel you can meet Jayda's needs, the first step is to submit the Adoption application here on the site.