Meet Chelsey: Loves Kids, Dogs!

RANDOLPH — Chelsey is about 15-18 weeks old, under twenty pounds and as you can see, she is beautiful!! She has a soft brown coat with white on her chest, tips of all four paws, tip of tail, under chin and on face. And, just look at that sweet face!! Forever Home Dog Rescue rescued her along with her siblings from an over-populated shelter in St. Marten and they are now living in foster homes in New Jersey. St. Marten is a beautiful island, but life can be hard for dogs. The shelters are overpopulated and so many dogs live in the streets trying to find food and water.

Chelsey is sweet and shy. She is very happy to be in a foster home because she is getting good food, toys, treats, soft bed and lots of love that she never had before!  

This is what her foster mom says about her…. “When Chelsey came to live with us she was very shy, but she has made some progress. Chelsey enjoys running around the yard, playing with balls and toys and wrestling with her siblings or our dog. Chelsey is really cute! She will follow my children around and she loves to snuggle. Chelsey sleeps through the night without having accidents and is house trained as long as she is on a schedule. Chelsey would do well in a calm home without very young children. She is just a Love!” 

Chelsey is such a sweet pup, and we recommend someone who has the patience acclimating her to her new home. She is quite shy and will run away when adults approach her. Chelsey was not accustomed to human touch before being in a foster home and she’s slowly getting trust of people. She’s just beginning to learn humans are in his life to help her. Chelsey is making progress in her foster home that we are sure she will continue to blossom in her furever home. 

When Chelsey meets new people she will likely run away from. It will take time until she is comfortable. She would do well in a home with another dog or children (older than 7 ). 

Whoever adopts her should realize that she is a work in progress, but we assure you she will come around! We would suggest working with a trainer. Chelsey has already has made large steps toward a brighter future. 

She just need the right person to call her own. Chelsey is truly a diamond in the ruff!”
Rescue:  Furever Home Dog Rescue