We saw Liza on Facebook. She had been in a Texas shelter for a month. Her previous owner had given up on her, as she was an escape artist and this last time was found 75 miles from home. She was about go be PTS because no one had adopted her in the month she was at the shelter. She was born in July 2009, and is very shy and sweet with humans. She is usually fine with other dogs, but on a few occasions, has latched onto one of the other females, so she is only allowed supervised play with some of them. She lives with Missy and Bear, with whom she shares a yard and part of the house. We believe all animals deserve a happy life, even those considered to have behavioral problems- the ones who often end up being put to sleep or abandoned at shelters.
Liza was also was found to have a skin infection and be low thyroid, possibly from being over-vaccinated each time she was impounded in Texas. It also explained her shyness and terrible coat condition. She is a new girl on thyroid medication- friendly and playful. She likes to prune the poor trees!