Meet our adorable Éclair, a sweet nervous girl who has made incredible progress in overcoming her past struggles. This girl is now eagerly seeking a forever home where she can continue to flourish and receive the love and care she truly deserves.
Eclair had a challenging start to life, having come from a breeding situation that did not go as planned. As a result, she lacks a lot of important socialization during her puppy months. However, with patience, dedication, and the support of a nurturing environment, she has made significant strides in her emotional and behavioral development.
Eclair has truly blossomed over time, demonstrating an ever-increasing affectionate nature and a zest for life. She has learned to trust humans and now seeks out their companionship, eagerly engaging in play and eagerly enjoying gentle pets and cuddles. Her playful nature has emerged as she has grown more comfortable, and she is often found enthusiastically engaging with toys and interactive games.
While Eclair has made significant progress in her journey, she still requires some training and guidance. She is not yet fully house trained, but with a structured routine, and patience, she is likely to continue improving in this area. Due to her past experiences, she can exhibit anxiety, particularly in new or uncertain situations. However, with a calm and supportive environment, along with the assistance of a loving and patient adopter, her anxiety can be managed and diminished over time.
To ensure Éclair’s continued progress and well-being, she is seeking a forever home with individuals or a family who can provide her with the love, understanding, and commitment she needs. An ideal home for her would include another dog companion to offer her a sense of security and companionship, as well as serve as a positive role model for her ongoing socialization. We are unsure how Éclair would do around cats, small animals, or livestock. Adopters who understand the impact of her previous experiences and are willing to provide a patient, nurturing, and understanding environment will be best suited to help her further overcome her anxieties and thrive. Establishing a consistent routine will greatly benefit her training and anxiety. A predictable schedule and positive reinforcement will enable her to learn quickly. Adopters who are willing to continue her training, including basic commands, leash manners, and anxiety management techniques, will provide her with the best chance for success. Due to her initial nervousness a home without small children would be best.
Éclair has already come a long way, showcasing her resilience and capacity for growth. With the right home environment, continued socialization, and loving guidance, she will undoubtedly thrive and become an exceptional companion. If you are ready to open your heart and home to this incredible Labradoodle, you will be rewarded with a loyal, playful, and affectionate forever friend.
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- Days in care: 32
- Approximate age: 10 months old
- Pet Type: Dog
- Breed: Labradoodle
- Colour: Chocolate
- Weight: 25.8 kg
- Sex: Female
- Location: BC SPCA Kamloops, Kamloops B.C.
- Animal ID: 570044
- Spay or neuter surgery is included with the adoption of all dogs, cats and rabbits.
- Adoption fees
CompatibilityImportant: The history and compatibility of an animal is not always known. If certain compatibility criteria have been identified, they will be listed here or in the animal's description.
- Special Needs
- No Small Children
- Not Good With Strangers
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