Kenya was adopted from our rescue when she was just a puppy in 2006. Sadly her adopter, due to personal reasons, is no longer able to care for her. As you can imagine Kenya's world as she knew it has been turned upside down. She is currently in a loving foster home with her foster family helping her with the adjustment. She is anxious , eating very little and obviously does not understand what is going on or where her family is.
Don't try to tell this senior to slow down; Kenya is quite athletic and runs and plays just fine, thank you very much! Kenya loves to go for car rides and long walks with her foster family, as well as snuggling up for head rubs. She has settled into her foster home nicely, also enjoying naps on her dog bed, hanging out with her foster siblings, and taking her chew bones wherever she goes. This affectionate lady walks well on leash and knows her basic commands. If you would like to meet Kenya, please contact our Adoptions Coordinator for more information.