found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Heidi (more commonly and lovingly known as Short Stack) is an almost 4 month old Heinz 57. Her mom looked like a Lab/Beagle mix and dad looked similar to her only grey in color. One thing is for certain, she's adorable!
Heidi is the sweetest puppy you'll ever meet and has lots of sass and spunk. Pretty much everything she does is hilarious and her new family must love her and be as obsessed with her as her foster mom is. :)
Heidi was the runt of the litter, but she doesn't let her size keep her from running with the big dogs. She loves the bigger dogs at her foster home and gets so excited to see them she usually piddles herself a little. Despite her appearance she is no dainty flower. She loves to dig in the dirt and usually has a combination of mulch, leaves, and whatever else she encounters stuck in her hair.
She is crate trained, but not quite house trained. Routine and positive training and she'll have it down in no time. She's fine with cats as well.
Heidi has a giant and charming over bite and gives non-stop kisses when you hold her. The vet removed her two bottom canines because they were protruding into the roof of her mouth. Once her adult teeth come in she'll need those removed along with her umbilical hernia. HART will cover the cost of this at one of our vet offices so her adopter must be local and willing to travel to one of our vet's (preferably Pfister on Cin-Day road since they've handled her vet care so far). Heidi also has a soft spot on her head that will likely always be there, so for her safety she needs to go to a home with older or no children to reduce the risk of something hitting her or someone dropping her.
If you'd like to meet Heidi and you have fully read the above description and think she'd be a good fit for your family, go to www.rescueAhart.org to submit an adoption application.