Hi all Louise here, better known as Weezy. Movin on up to the east side... of Minnesota! I am a cute and sweet little shy girl, learning how to be a good girl and not be afraid of what goes on around me. I love food and treats and toys and other dogs. That being said, I can also be a very busy and annoying little girl to the old man dog that lives here; he doesn't like me very much, but I still wanna be friends.
My Foster mom and dad say wherever I go I need some understanding parents and dogs. Patience 'cause I'm still learning that everything isn't scary. I do warm up but it takes me a day or 2... and once I do all bets are off and I become a true puppy. Another dog in the household is best for me because I gain so much confidence and security. They help show me the way of the humans.
I'm really good with my kennel it's my safe place and I like it there. I can go all night without pottying but I need to go out right away when I get up. I'm working really hard on showing my cues to go outside.
My foster parents have learned that if I play hard I need to go outside, I drink a lot: go out side, Eat: go out side. Long nap? You guessed it: go outside. Everybody makes it a party and we have lots of fun. I really like making everybody happy so with positive reinforcement I'll do whatever you want me to.
They say I am a beautiful and wonderful girl even though I am from the wilds of north western MN. No one knows how long I bad been in the woods but I'm learning I really like this house lifestyle. So are you the one who wants to teach me?? Give NLR a call or email and let me know what you think. See you soon - Weezy.
Louise's adoption fee is $400 which covers her spay, vaccinations appropriate at the time of adoption, microchip and any additional medical care she may have needed while in the rescue’s care.
We are a foster based rescue, we do not house dogs at a facility. Age and breed, are NLR's best guess as we often don't know who or what mom and dad are. If you are interested in adopting, please fill out an application on our website www.northernlakesrescue.org