Peninsula Reginal Animal Shelter is FULL; Seeks Adopters and Foster Families for Large Dogs

Furry Friday with Stephanie Taylor:

Nena is up for adoption at Peninsula Regional Animal Shelter. She is almost 2 years old and is currently in foster care where she lives with two other dogs.

The first thing you need to know is that I’m a lot of fun. I can have a goodtime just about anywhere.

I also love snacks! Cookies, tater tots, pup cups, and nuggets are just some of my faves. I’m also a professional treat catcher. My foster parents will toss me cheese or cut up apple slices and I can get them to land right in my mouth!

In my foster home, I live with 2 other dogs. I think eventually I will grow to love them but right now, I’m happy to be your one and only! We’ve been working on very slow introductions so that I become more familiar with them. Quality relationships are built over time!

I am VERY loyal to my people and definitely BFF material. I just love spending time with my family and making them laugh. Need a couch cuddling buddy while we binge watch Gilmore Girls for the 4th time? Count me in! Are you looking for some friendly company to join you on a hike? I’m your girl! Want to grab a pup cup from Starbs before we hit the town to run some errands? Count me in!!

As if I’m not already perfect enough- I know all kinds of cool tricks and I don’t mind baths at all. I’m always looking to learn something new and make you proud!

Some other fun facts about Nena:

  • She does great with kids 

  • She knows sit, stay, come, go to your crate, fetch, leave it, and shake (paw)

  • She does great with baths

Nena has her own Instagram account where people can follow her story and reach out with inquiries! (@nenabeana_PRAS).


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We are in crisis at PRAS and we are searching for adopters for our pawfect dog friends! Not ready to adopt? Try joining our foster family. Not really ready for that either? If you are reading this then you are on social media… we cannot put enough emphasis on SHARE SHARE SHARE our posts and tag friends who may need a new furry friend in their life.

Other ways to help on Social Media? Consider joining lost and found groups to help reunite lost pets with their family members or rehoming groups and help share those posts.

Any pet in need of rehoming is always at risk of coming to the shelter so it is imperative that we all do what we can to help keep pets with their owners or place with new families outside of the shelter.

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