December 5, 2008
Cora is my current foster dog. She is about 4 lb, maybe around 2 yr old. Very shy of people and skittish, but never snappy. She would do best with an experience caregiver to continue working with her socialization.
All my fosters really enjoy taking walks to our local Pet Food Express where the staff there take time to hand her treats and give them soft words of encouragement.
No answer yet
I volunteer with Peninsula Humane Society and often have chihuahua mixes or small dogs in need of socialization and a new forever home. There are so many homeless dogs, please consider adopting your next dog.
Good fun for the dogs. Lots of nice, friendly, chatty people. Love the vendors. They often have nice snacks for people and try to manage and watch for problems. The big dog people usually try to stay clear of the small dog group, which is very nice if them. Or the few big dogs that do come through are nice and gentle. I'm with a local rescue, A Leg Up Rescue, and it is a great place to get some of my foster dogs seen, but mainly to get them socialized with people and other small dogs.