- Adopted: 07-25-13
- Gender: Female
- Age: 2 yrs
- Size: 52 lbs
- Color: Blue
- Cats: Yes
- Dogs: Yes
- Traits: Sweet-faced daddy's girl.
Sela is a beautiful girl who has adapted quickly to the routine of her foster home. She is thriving and gaining more confidence every day. Sela loves her two foster siblings and foster mom, but adores her foster dad. She follows him around, cuddles on the sofa with him, and hangs on his every word.
Sela came from a shelter in South Carolina after being found wandering around a farm. She is healthy and in good shape. Sela is house- and crate-trained. She goes in her crate willingly when her foster family leaves and happily settles down at night in the crate in her foster parents’ room where all the other furry friends sleep as well.
She is fascinated with the cat in her foster home. Sela will need initial coaching to just ignore a cat in the home, but should adjust after a few days. She went for a walk with the whole foster pack and did very well for the first time out. She’ll be a good dog to walk with once she has more training and gains confidence.
Sela likes to be outside, but at this point is happier inside with her foster family where she settles nicely, lying on the floor with her front legs crossed and taking in the activity around her. Sela gets along great with both her eight-year-old foster brother and 3-year-old foster sister. She loves to play and roughhouse every day with her foster sister and would do well with a playmate in her new home.
Sela will be a wonderful pet for her forever family. She is a joy to have around and a truly beautiful girl setter, inside and out!
Holly Christensen & Steve Krogulecki hope that sweet Sela finds her loving forever home very soon!
SELA'S (NOW FANTASIA'S) SUCCESS STORY
Sela was adopted in July 2013 and now lives a happy life in a forever home in Virginia. Sela's new name is Fantasia (Fanny for short), and she is thriving in her home. Her Mom recently sent in a photo of Fanny "striking a pose" for her "Paw It Forward" Holiday donation to help ACES rescue more Setters in 2015.