When we got her however, it was a whole other story. She and her pal Jimmy had been left behind when her person was evicted from her home. She had no idea what to do when we put a leash on her and she was terrified of going through the house to get to our car.
But once she found out how much fun it was to be in Dawg Squad, she perked right up. Marnie discovered people who hugged her and pet her and gave her treats. She now trots nicely right next to you on leash and is ready to learn more every day.
Marnie is not a hiker. She has some lower back issues. She prefers nice slow walks or a romp around the yard, then into the house to flop on a dog bed and chew on a bone.
This gal has been through a lot in her first 5 years. The next years are going to be awesome! Be a part of Marnie's new life!
For more information on how to adopt Marnie, go to http://dawgsquad.org/Adoption_Information.html
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