Beamie is a shy, undersocialized 2-3 year old husky/greyhound/saluki cross. Since coming into foster she has progressed leaps and bounds. She has developed good leash skills, is showing potential for great recall and is happiest when she is outside being curious about her environment. She is full of energy and is sure to put a smile on your face as she bounces around in water or zooms around playing with anyone in her path. While outside has become a fun and enjoyable place because Beamie grew up in a kennel environment she still struggles a bit in a home. Ideally we would love to see her with a confident dog to continue to show her the ropes and give her a buddy to play with. We see an amazing future ahead for Beamie and can’t wait to get her into a forever home to continue her progress. This girl is such a pleasure to work with and brings a smile to your face every walk with her pure love of life and silliness. She’s waiting, please fill out an app at www.victoriahumanesociety.com if she might be your girl. If not, please share far and wide and show Beamie how we ‘let the love begin’ when you get to our doorstep.
PS…here is a link to a super cute Beamie Video!!!
<3 Beamie <3Our Beamie is still waiting for her forever home…she has come so far in such a short time but needs a home committed to seeing her go further!!Go to www.victoriahumanesociety.com to fill out an application!!
Posted by Victoria Humane Society on Sunday, June 18, 2017
Need a beam of sunshine in your life? Meet Beamie or Bea for short. She is a young fun loving dog that maybe didn’t have the best start to her life. She has started to come out of her shell in the short time she has been in care but will need a very special home. Bea is highly fearful and living in a house is new to her. Her journey will be full of ups and downs so please be aware that her challenges require a long-term commitment as there will be no miracle changes in a couple of weeks or months. In the short time that Bea has been in care she has shown us just how much potential she has to be an amazing dog. What she needs is the right home. A home that will support her as she works through her fears, a quiet home with no children (too scary in the already scary house) and another fun loving dog to help give her the confidence and support she needs. Bea has been great with all the dogs she has met and gives the cats in her foster home the respect they deserve. With time Bea would probably be a great agility dog, she is fast, agile and willing to please, she would also be a great biking partner. If you think you have a home and the patience that will help Bea continue to develop into the fun loving dog she was meant to be please fill-out an application at victoriahumanesociety.comApply to Adopt