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Kendall is going to classes with her foster mom to help build her confidence and she is doing great. She is learning to walk on leash and to respond to commands. She is just a precious soul, and will need to go into a home with a confident dog. She has a lot of love to give but her new family will need to be patient and provide good leadership to help her thrive. 

 

Kendall's foster mom tells us, " she is coming out of her shell more and more: She has been playing a lot with the tennis ball.  She is also a talker.  She has the ball in her mouth and vocalizes at you like you can understand “dog speak”.  Sometimes she tries to get a second ball in there, but hasn’t mastered that one yet. 

 

Kendall is interested in the cats and wants to see the kittens for sure. She approached my big cats and she just wanted to smell them, but my old cat swatted her in the nose.  She backed off.  "

 

If you have interest in applying for Kendall or any of our sweeties, please see the application. 

Please note: we do not have a physical facility where the dogs are housed; they are cared for in our wonderful network of foster homes. It is our expectation that a potential adopter will, once approved through the rescue, meet the dog in their foster setting where they are feeling safe and loved. 

 

Kendall is being fostered in northern Maine while she waits for her forever family to find her. 

 

Kendall - in Maine!

Latest update: September 2015

 

Kendall is one of the adorable K pups!  She is 7 months old as of late August and has grown unbelievably.  She is over 60 lbs now; by the far the biggest of her siblings! Her mom is a yellow lab but a vet suggested that dad  must have been a great dane because of the crazy fast growth!

When she arrived she was incredibly shy and was afraid of humans, especially men. Kendall has grown a lot but is still a nervous nellie; the one thing that has made a huge difference is getting some other dogs in the foster home to play with. Abraham and Annie went there and Kendall has started running and playing being a more confident and adventurous girl.