Layne would do best in a home without a lot of hustle and bustle, which makes her nervous. Small children will likely be a bit overwhelming for her for just this reason. She has never lived as an only dog and would likely do best going to a home where she can continue to have canine companionship.
Car rides make Layne nervous and she generally resists
getting in by doing her best "nonviolent protest" which
is turning into a pile on mush on the ground. Once in the
car she rides well and she has been taking some trips to
fun places with her foster mom so hopefully she'll realize
the car = good things.
Layne will often roll over on her back when you try to
attach a leash or put on a harness or seatbelt. She needs
someone with patience to work with her and build her confidence.
Her adopter will be required to take her to an approved, positive reinforcement based training class as a condition on her adoption, to help build her confidence and her bond with her new family.
If you think you can offer Layne a loving home where she can having all the attention she deserves and desires, please complete the application and get in touch. Layne is being fostered in upstate NY near the VT border.