POLLY-PEANUT -ADOPTION PENDING's Info...
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with dogs, and not good with cats.
POLLY-PEANUT -ADOPTION PENDING's Story...
Pretty Polly-Peanut gets attached to her human very quickly, and is one very loyal little girl. Whenever you sit down, she wants to be right next to you or on your lap. Taking walks is a Polly-Peanut hobby, and she loves car rides too. Polly LOVES to play with other dogs; however, she's a bit "socially awkward" and seems to pester/intimidate occasionally and play little rough. She wants to please and her behavior with the other dogs is improving. She's a very smart girl and in just a couple of weeks, she's learned the other dogs' names. When I begin to attach leashes, and I say "Midge, c'mere, please", Polly-Peanut runs over to Midge and starts to "herd" her toward me. At first, I thought it was just a coincidence when this would happen, but Polly is consistent with her "help" and does the same thing with Winnie. She hates being crated, to the point that she pants and drools like crazy when in a crate. She's just fine loose in the house, though, so I've stopped crating her. She's perfectly house trained and she's never had an accident inside. She likes to chase the kitties, so a home without cats is preferred.
Polly-Peanut’s original owners loved her very much but they lost their temporary home and didn’t allow dogs. She prefers someone who works from home, part time or is retired and has a securely fenced yard. She must always be securely harnessed and leashed when outside a fenced area and crated or seat belted in the back seat when in a vehicle. She will do best in a home with no children under 15 years old and no cats.
Her birthday is August 11, 2010 and she weighs 20 pounds. She is healthy, spayed, UTD on vaccinations, heartworm negative and taking preventative. Polly-Peanut is being fostered near Indianapolis Indiana and we prefer to place her within driving distance. Our dogs may never be shipped in cargo and we do not transport them to adoptive homes. They are never placed in homes with invisible (electric) fencing. Doggy doors are OK as long as they are secured at night and when you are gone. Polly is small enough to be carried away by a coyote or other predator so may never be left outside alone.
You may submit an adoption application for Daisy Ann at http://www.abgra.org/. Questions may be emailed to email@example.com but please read her story first.