Sally is estimated to be about 3 years old. She is athletic, energetic and full of fun! She loves to retrieve and play ball. She would be a great addition to an active family. We think she would be a great running partner with her endurance and energy level. Sally walks well on leash, too. She plays well with most dogs, but does have an assertive personality and will initiate somewhat rough play if allowed. She is respectful of the older dogs or those who don’t engage with her. Sally was likely a yard dog so she does have a prey drive and will not be suitable for a home with cats or other small pets. She is not toy or food aggressive in her foster home. She will alert bark as will any girl protecting her home and humans. She is fully house trained, crate trained, knows basic commands and LOVES to cuddle in the bed at night. Sally Ann LOVES children. She seems to have a special sense around special needs children and adults as well.
Sally has undergone treatment for her heartworm disease and is on proHeart 6 injections for prevention, is spayed, microchipped and up to date on all vaccinations.
Sally has her bags packed and is ready to go HOME! Is that home yours? All dogs are adopted out up-to-date on age appropriate vaccines. All dogs are spayed and neutered prior to adoption. If you are interested in meeting and possibly adopting this great dog, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request an adoption application, complete (save it for your reference) and send to email@example.com.
PLEASE NOTE: We do not have a shelter where you can view our available dogs. All of our dogs live with foster families in private homes. You must complete an application and references will be checked by a volunteer before you can meet the dog.
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