Are you still out there? I'd love to talk to you. Henry is still with me in his forever home. I've been able to keep tabs on 2 of his litter mates and have been watching the shelters for any of the rest to show up. One of his sisters is now in her fourth home and the people are talking about not being happy with her, as of a couple days ago. They say she won't let them touch her,And she doesn't act like a playful puppy, but were going to give it a week or so.I know she was kenneled outside the first night with them, due to crying. I'm so worried she will be bounced to too many people who don't understand this breed(I'm certainly learning) The more I try to explain what I know the more people say how "Ojeriza" can be trained out of them. One woman with a house full of young children thought she could adopt one and let it spend the summer with them at the ballpark with constant exposure to thier busy life and her kids and thier friends constantly moving through the house. I don't think I would have one of these dogs if strange children were constantly in and out, or at a ballpark full of children.
I don't know if you're still out there, but if so, and this dog needs to move again, she needs to go to someone who knows what they're getting.
I really believe this whole litter is endanger of being put down if nobody knew what type of dog they were, and they display "Ojeriza" I think the older they get the harder they will be to place. I'm not even sure If I'm able to step in, but if I can, I could use your help.