Hi everybody! My name is Juno and I am about 3 years old! A few weeks ago someone had dumped me in the street with my collar and leash (it was a blue leash but I'm a girl!), and the neighbor was nice enough to feed me and let me stay inside when it got too cold. Then one day I was siting in the front yard and my mom walked by with her dog and I started barking at her (sorry mom!). The neighbor came out and offered me to her, and she said yes. I needed help so bad, and I was scared. But I'm so glad she took me in. Within 5 minutes of going home, I was sniffing everything and in love with my mom. She has taken me to the vet to check for a chip and I don't have one, and I was given my shots. Also, I'm not fixed. My sister is a lot older and she doesn't seem to like me. I don't blame her. My mom said she was rescued like me and has been living as an only child for a long time. As much as my mom tried to make it work, it broke her heart to accept that this is a one dog household (I can't understand why there's water coming from her eyes though. Does that mean it's love? Because I love her so much!). I unfortunately am heart worm positive, and my mom couldn't afford the treatment. However, the nice vet said that if I stay on heart worm preventative for a year, I should be negative since the infection is light. My mom has a 6 month supply (well 5 now since I ate one). I also have a lot of anxiety and need a mommy/daddy who can spend a lot of time helping me overcome this. I am stuck to my mom like velcro (especially in the kitchen), and I'll always sleep right at her feet. I am very excitable, but I will not pull on a leash too much! Please keep children away from me though. Right now I am anxious of new people and children don't like when I bark. I also get really excited and I may jump on them. My mom has been taking me to the dog park frequently and I am getting better every day! If I do bark, I hush when she tells me to hush. My mom asks a rehoming fee of $150 (to cover the vet expenses), and she wants to make sure that my new parent has a fenced in home and will be okay with providing an address so she can verify you and make sure you have a yard for all the playing we're gonna do.