When Jesse and her brother, Jack, came into the care of the KWWSPCA they were very nervous. They were terrified of everything and cowered in the corner of their kennels and their runs if anyone came near. We do not know their background, but it obviously was not good. But both went into foster homes soon after they arrived and with a lot of love, patience and constant attention, they have come out of their shells and got used to how a dog should lead its life. Jesse is still nervous of anything new and doesn’t like loud noises or surprises. She gets on well with other dogs and cats and is great with children so long as they are not too noisy around her. She is nervous of a lead but is getting much better. She needs to go to a home that would be peaceful, preferably where there was another dog to show her the way and for company, and where there would be someone at home with her for a good part of the day who has the patience to get her to trust her new home and owners and to give her confidence. She will need more lead training but she is house trained. She will also need a secure garden.  Jesse has been neutered, microchipped and fully vaccinated. For more information about Jesse, please call 087 1279835. Jesse is in a foster home in County Laois and an appointment would have to be made if you would like to meet her.