Where is…Our Pet of the Week – Frasier?

Where is Frasier-Heart

 

 

🐾❀️ Where in the World is Frasier, our Valentine’s Day Pet of the Week? πŸŒπŸ€”

It’s time for a little game! Can you guess where our lovable Frasier is hiding? πŸΆπŸ’• Leave your guesses in the comments, and let’s see who can crack the code!

Stay tuned, because later today, we’ll reveal the secret location and share more about Frasier, our adorable Adoptable Puppers! πŸŽ‰πŸ• Get ready for some heartwarming tales and maybe, just maybe, a few surprises!

Spread the love and excitement by inviting your friends to join in the fun! πŸ’ŒπŸŽˆ #PetOfTheWeek #FrasierAdventures #ValentinesDaySurprise #AdoptDontShop

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Shelter Staff made the following comments about this animal:
We knew it would happen (eventually). It does take a while, but with patience, love, lots of reassurance, hours of sitting in the kennel waiting for him to bridge the gap, and pounds of treats – Frasier has started to trust! He has come so far from the terrified, unsocialized, pretty much feral pup that he was when he came to us back in September of last year. He has started to not only allow but to (slightly) enjoy (in small sessions) being out of his kennel. Frasier is still terrified of many things that other dogs wouldn’t notice. Like an airplane flying over, a loud truck, the washing machine, a door shutting in the next etc. any noise he hasn’t heard while being in his kennel. Those noises terrify him, make him cower, tremble, and he wants to run.
While in his kennel, he has confidence, he feels safe. But every time something is unfamiliar, something different, it takes him time to adjust. We have adopted many pups like Frasier. They need a special home, a calm environment, and patience. That’s what Frasier needs, someone who will let him decide when to take it to the next step. Someone who will respect him, someone who won’t force him. Someone who understands they can’t force him to love them. He is figuring out the love thing, just on his terms and very slowly. Frasier is a good boy, and he will make a wonderful companion – he just doesn’t have the confidence in himself (yet). Could you be the one lucky enough to be his forever person? If so, we would love to have you stop in or call us.

 

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Haywood County Animal Services

453 Jones Cove Road

Clyde, NC 28721

828-456-5338, Ext 2

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adoptapet@haywoodcountync.gov

 

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