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Greta needs a home where she can spread her wings

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Meet Greta

This gorgeous, four-year-old girl has been waiting for her forever home for over two months! Greta went into foster care in mid-March, where she has been gaining confidence and coming out of her shell. She is looking for a forever home where she can be adored!

Greta is a sweet and affectionate girl, but can be quite timid. Though she takes a while to warm up to new people, it's worth it once she does! In her foster home, Greta absolutely ADORES playing with her canine foster brothers! Being around other dogs eases some of Greta's nervousness, and her personality shines when she's with her four-legged friends!

Although she is working on building her confidence when she's on her own, Greta will need continued support in her forever home to keep up her positive progress. Her foster mom says: "Greta has started to really enjoy spending time with her human housemates and gives the best kisses and cuddles. She is super happy to be snuggled up on the couch for movie time getting scratches and belly rubs."

Greta is looking for a calm environment with patient humans that will help her feel comfortable. She would LOVE to have a canine companion (or two), but must go to a home without cats and with kids aged 14+.

Do you have room for a sometimes shy, but super sweet girl? Come meet Greta! Call the shelter at (603) 749-5322 or email mlariviere@cvhsonline.org to set up a time to meet her! To see other adoptable animals, stop by Cocheco Valley Humane Society at 262 County Farm Road in Dover, NH! For more information on adopting a pet, visit cvhsonline.org.

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