Shelter worker doing all he can to save this dog's life

Helen was scheduled to be euthanized a few days ago. She was stressed and afraid. She would cower in the corner when approached. The chance of a dog like that being adopted was almost zero. But a shelter worker from Kern County Animal Services named Kevan saw the potential within her, and asked for a little more time to work with Helen. And she has made quick and dramatic improvements! She has really warmed-up to her favorite shelter worker and to me too! AND look at how she loves to play with her little Chihuahua friend! Helen is full of love and life! BUT her days are numbered. She was already "on the list" and it's only a matter of time before she's on it again. She needs someone who will take the time to reassure her and gain her trust. But as you can see, it doesn't take long! She warmed up to me in minutes! The only thing that will require additional time and patience is leash training. She's doing better and better, but she's not quite there yet. But in a loving home with a caring owner, it's only a matter of time before she's the perfect walking companion. Helen would do great in a home with or without other dogs. The most important thing that she gets love, patience, and reassurance. If you can give her that, she will be the best pet you've ever had.

 
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