Lady is a beautiful 11 year old husky/shep mix. She is about 45#. She came to us in March of 2015 from a fellow rescue - found as a stray. She doesn't have many teeth so she gets soft food (put her food in warm water until she can "chew" it) She takes treats gently. She is very EZ going - she enjoys sleeping in all day and eating... and napping. But she does hop around like a puppy when she sees her favorite person. Whatta gal! She's been good with dogs of every size in the playground here. and she has gotten along with all of her roommates.
Very, very sweet and nice girl. Should be great with kids.
Even though she was found as a stray, we suspect she is potty trained! Her full blood panel came out good and we did get her a full dental.
Are you my furrever family?
For further info on the adoption process, please visit our home page and check out the "Adopt a Dog" section where very thorough instructions await. All our dogs are spayed/neutered, micorchipped, and fully vaccinated before adoption; they have been wormed, bathed, socialized, walked daily and much loved; each adoptee leaves with a leash, collar, and all medical records.
The beauty of coming to our Apple Valley sanctuary is that you can see all 90+ dogs! No more weekend mobiles—only special events. Maybe if there are enuff appointments, we could see you in El Monte or Orange County or nearby. Email your application and ask for more details!
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