Lindy Love was born into an Amish puppy mill...where she learned that she had little value and humans are scary. Once released, and adopted out the mill, Lindy found herself in a home where she was needed to learn to be a pup...but had no idea how to. So she was turned into the shelter. She was so terrified there that the shelter called rescue and asked for her to be picked up. Lindy's been here awhile and become a shelter favorite. There have been lots of firsts for her...and lots of learning about life and how to just be loved as a furkid. She's doing GREAT! We believe she's ready to take the next step into a home environment with her very own family. Our experience with Lindy Love tells us that she would do best in a home with adults, maybe teenage children. Because loud noises sometimes startle her - a quiet home is preferred. She is tolerant of other pups as she tends to ignore them and not engage in play with them. However, give her a stuffie and she'll show you what play is all about! She can be a little fearful of men but it appears in shyness. Lindy will need someone with patience and a passion to introduce to her to new life situations and experiences. We're confident she'll blossom even more in home setting. Lindy still gets a little panicky with grooming (as you can see with her coat - mainly the face). She did have an ulcer on her eye but with proper medical care it has healed well. Lindy Love is vaccinated, heartworm negative, spayed, microchipped and on preventatives.