Gia has already changed four yards since she arrived at the shelter, and each time we hoped together with her that she would finally be accepted by the dogs… but that did not happen. Each time the same story – barking, attacks and Gia hiding in the house, afraid to come out. Each time wounds on the body, not enough to kill her, but big enough alarm that new place in the shelter must be found for her.
That’s so sad, she is so beautiful, kind, calm and modest, a dog that you immediately want to take home with you. Not only that, Gia is strong. Any other dog would end up completely broken-hearted after what she’s been through, but she’s still confident enough to adapt easily among the dogs in the central area of the shelter, where she is now — she is still alert, but now she move freely, what often have not been the case so far. There she is in a place where she shares a box with another, equally vulnerable dog at night, and where she knows that barking and growling cannot endanger her because we are there to protect her.
She would be happy with you if you gave her just a little kindness and love, and that little would be the greatest for her!
Gia arrived at the shelter as a puppy, along with five other siblings (all still with us: Georgia, Jango, Jo-Jo, Jerry and Lou). Of course, she did everything needed for the adoption – chipping, vaccinations, sterilization, passport. Now she just needs your inquiry in our inbox.
She also needs a godparent who would take care of her together with us and look forward to the day when she will finally leave the shelter for the safety of her home.
And finally, she needs all of you who will share this post and help this writing of ours reach a heart that will dance when it sees Gia, dance so strongly that the hand will have to write those few magic words: “I want to adopt Gia”.