Cobre is a gorgeous 45 lb. spayed Staffy Heeler mix. She is very happy-go-lucky and active outside but calm inside the house. She does well with other dogs and all people of all ages, and is very sweet and affectionate and loves to play. She was rescued by SAPA! and she is ready for her permanent home furever!
Cobre is housebroken, crate trained, rides well in a car, walks well on a leash (but needs a little more practice) and she is kid friendly. She has done well with most dogs she has met and has lived with both male and female. She is not recommended with cats as she will chase them.
This beautiful dog was saved from euthanasia due to pet overpopulation in San Antonio by the non profit no kill rescue, San Antonio Pets Alive! She is ready for her forever home. Cobre is spayed, microchipped, up to date on vaccinations, and flea and heartworm preventatives and heartworm negative.
I was scheduled to be euthanized, but San Antonio Pets Alive! saved me and now they are helping me find the forever, loving home that I have never known.
I am currently located at San Antonio Pets Alive!, and I am in a foster home. By adopting me, you not only give me a new leash on life; you also save the life of the additional dog who can be rescued from euthanasia and placed in foster care.
If you are interested adopting, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with Pet name and ID#. Please allow us up to 24 hours to respond as all fosters work with us on a volunteer basis.
To find out how you can get involved and help turn San Antonio into a no-kill city, please visit us at www.sanantoniopetsalive.org
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