After her surgery, Grace was placed in a foster home through Angel’s Hope. At first, the tiny puppy was incredibly shy and fearful, and was hesitant to interact with her foster family. Over time, though, she realized she was finally safe in a loving home, and began to open up to her family more and more every day.
“It’s now been almost four months and Grace is a different puppy,” Hurley said. “While she’s still a bit timid when meeting new people and in larger crowds, her sweet, playful personality blossoms a little more each day. She loves to explore outside in her cart and run as fast as can! She also loves toys and snuggles from her foster parents, especially scratches under her chin.”