She loves to play with all the dogs and has a great little personality. She is sneaky at times and will wait by the other dog's crates and go in to steal their treats if she feels they don't eat them in time. She has never had a problem with any of the friendly dogs she meets. She is not pushy or hyper so she would make a great quiet house companion.
Age: 1-2 yrs. old
Mix/Purebred: Small shepherd mix
Weight: 40-50 lbs.
Crate trained: crate trained but enjoys being out and can be trusted
Heartworm Negative/Positive: Negative
Micro chipped: Yes
Good with other dogs: Yes, playful
Good with cats: Doesn't seem to mind foster cat
Good with children: Timid with all people
We feel like she would be ideal for a small family or single person who works from home with whom she can bond with without having to share affection or worry about new people coming and going. She needs a very calm home. She might even work best in an apartment setting where the home was not too big and she could be closer to her person without feeling overwhelmed by large spaces. She would enjoy having a furry friend who could show her what trust and relaxation looks like. She needs someone who can understand her limits and is extremely patient. They also need to understand that fearful dogs work on their timeline and not any one person's. She is totally capable of bonding with a new owner ( like she has with her foster mom), taking walks together, and she enjoys being petted after she learns to trust you. She wants to be a lap dog but she doesn't realize how much she has grown. She is a medium size dog who weighs about 45-50 lbs.
Angel had a really rough start in life. She has not had any applications on her since she came to rescue so if you feel like you might be right for her needs please apply and come out and meet her.
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