has had a lot of applications but none have been a good fit.
Here is what she needs: Rural area or at least a suburb
with roughly a half acre yard. Half acre is approx. 100' x
200' or 21,600 square feet. A secure fence is
required. Secure means chainlink, welded wire (2" x 4"),
cattle panels (6" x 6" squares) or wood privacy. Height
required for Louise is 5'. She is a tall girl and she is a LGD
breed so a 4' fence is not sufficient. She does not want to be
inside all day but she does want to be inside a good part of the
time. She needs to be able to be both inside and out as she
wants. She needs free access to areas where her people are.
She cannot be confined to a separate room. This does not mean
she needs access to the entire house. It means she needs to be
allowed in the living room when her people are in there. It
means she cannot be closed in the bathroom, laundry room or crate at
6/24/15: Louisa has been here a year!
She has made herself at home inside the shop apartment. She is
together with 3 other females and a very old male Saint and a
small male dog. She shares a fence line with her sister
Thelma. She does great with all dogs when properly introduced.
July 2014: Louise and her sister Thelma came in June at
the age of 11 months. They had an appetite for chicken only didn’t
wait for it to be served.
She was said to be all Pyrenees, but I am leaning toward a little Anatolian Shepherd in the mix. She was born in July 2013.