I was found in a cornfield in the hot summer of 2013 by a young man who was working on the farm. I was very pregnant at the time, so that nice man gave me shelter and fostered me until I had my puppies. I had 7 babies! Once my pups were older, the young man brought us all to Natchitoches Hope for Paws. All of my puppies have found wonderful homes, but I’m still waiting on mine. I am such a sweet girl, but I am very scared inside of a home. I have always been an outside dog. Some nice people took me home, but I didn’t know how to be inside with them, so I came back to NHFP. If you want to take me home with you, all I would need is some good shade and breeze for the summer and a warm dog house for the winter in my fenced-in yard! Who knows, maybe someday I will be ready to come inside with you. I would certainly love to play with you and another dog friend! I get along well with some dogs and love to jump and play with them. But some dogs I have a hard time getting along with; I really don’t like female dogs much. You know what I do love? Walking on the leash with you! I will smile at you with appreciation, and I love to be petted. I really am a great girl and would make a wonderful companion for you and your family today.
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