found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Then sometime early this year, disaster struck; my mom fell ill and couldn’t take care of me anymore, and so I ended up moving in with some other folks. Unfortunately, they don’t really have time for me. They were gone a lot and as a result I ended up becoming an outside dog, just stuck in their backyard full time. After a while, with me being always exposed to the elements, I became all dusty, and grungy, and dirty… and I had no one to talk to or play with. I was so lonely.
Eventually I ended up being turned over to SCLRR in hopes that some other family will be able to bring me into their home with the appropriate care and affection so that I won’t be so sad anymore, and it was at that point that I met my foster dad and his very own doggie (i.e., my foster brother) — I’m currently staying at his place while he gets me all nice and ready for adoption!
B. PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS
I have a trim and svelte physique. I like to maintain my girly figure, and my foster dad has been helping me out in this regard by giving me just the right amount of food: not too much, but not too little either. Nevertheless, because I am a full-sized dog, I do tend to elicit yelps of surprise from my foster dad during those times when I accidentally happen to step on his foot (sorry about that, foster dad)!
There was a time not too long ago when I lost a bit of weight during my recent hospital stay and its immediate aftermath (more on this later) but my foster dad made sure to give me extra helpings of food during my recovery period and so I’ve successfully managed to regain all of my lost weight since then.