COURTESY POSTING: Bella showed up on her rescuer's door a year ago, emaciated with skin issues. Her rescuer took her in and got her healthy and made her a part of her family which included two other female dogs. Bella is very loving but does not like to share treats and toys and over time has become very aggressive with the other dogs in the family. We don't know if she would be aggressive with a male as there are only female dogs in the home. Other than that she is a wonderful dog. She loves people and wants to be close to her human's. Her rescuer is brokenhearted that she has to give this sweet girl up but must think of the other dogs in the family. Bella has a lot of energy and would be good in a home with older children who could run and play with her. Experience with her breed would be a plus. She is approximately 2 years old, spayed, current on vaccinations and on monthly heart worm preventative. There will be a screening process for potential adopters which will include a home visit to insure there is a secure fence around the home therefore Bella is available to people living in the immediate Dallas-Ft.Worth area only. Seriously interested people may contact Debbie at firstname.lastname@example.org
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