Robin is a very sweet and loving girl. Her foster family has been very impressed with how athletic she is. On top of that, she wants to please her people, and will cheerfully obey commands such as sit, shake, and lie down. Robin fit in beautifully right away in her new foster home, promptly finding her spot in their pack of four German Shepherds. She is already house trained, and rides well in the car and walks well on a leash. Robin is a friendly girl and enjoys meeting new people. Her foster family says she is very intelligent and learns quickly. They think she is a dog who will fit in well in a new home.
Robin was the innocent victim of a divorce. She was dropped off at a shelter, and the shelter workers said she seemed sad and "shell shocked." She constantly roamed up and down the fence line, gazing out and seemingly waiting and hoping that her family would come back for her. Robin was thrilled when her foster family took her into their home. She was eager to please and seemed to want very much to fit into their pack. But Robin's search isn't over. She is now looking for her forever home, with someone who will promise to love her for the rest of her life. You see, dogs don't get divorced. They don't give their people away. It's people who give them up. Robin deserves so much better. Would you be the lifelong love for Robin? She is eager to show you that she is the loyal and devoted girl for you.