Raven came in with a number of other pits to relieve the burden on North Carolina when a large number of pits were uncovered as being used for inhumane purposes. Raven was very shy, scared, and uncertain of her surroundings when she arrived at our shelter. In an effort to help her come out of her shell, she was sent to train for eight weeks at the BarkBurn: A New Leash on Life program where she worked one-on-one with inmates to learn basic tricks and commands, how to potty outside, how to leash walk politely, and how to behave in a crate. She also received socializing that she desperately needed to help her blossom into the loving dog she is today. The final push she needed was a loving forever home, and thankfully there was a family ready to take her and give her the love, security, and peace of mind that she deserved. Here's what her family has to say about her now.
"Raven is doing so well and we are completely head over heads for her. Raven is now a happy dog who wags her tail often. We really see her sweet personality. She knows she is home forever! We have found Raven to be a big cuddler who enjoys kisses from her family. She is one of dive d
ogs in our family and she is getting along with them very well! We feel Raven was meant to be with us! We absolutely love her!"