This little dog was found lost and scared on the streets of Sacramento with no identification or microchip. She was taken to a shelter and waited and waited for her family to find her - but no one ever came. She was terrified in the shelter, so CAPE took her and placed her in a loving foster home.
Once safely in a foster home, we named her Ivy. Ivy was fearful at first and reacted by excessively barking at people and other animals. She needed to build trust and confidence. With the help of a professional behaviorist and the patience of her wonderful foster family, Ivy's behavior issues, for the most part, have been sorted out. You've gotta see this video to see how Ivy and her guardians are doing!
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