Meet Princess Sue only 2 y.o., 52 lbs,- 5 time euthanasia list survivor at the NYC ACC! She was discovered by her angels on earth, a nice couple from CT, who learned of her plight through a posting online. They decided they had to do something to help her, so they reached out to AmsterDog. They are currently fostering her and believe she is now ready to go to her forever home! Here is a letter from the sweet Miss P!
Hi everyone! It's me, Princess Sue from the Brooklyn ACC. At the shelter I got sick and was going to be put to sleep. Thankfully I found a foster home and I've left all that behind me. Since then I've been busy just being a dog and getting lots of love and attention from my foster parents. Trust me, I return the love tenfold.
My foster parents call me P and I like that just fine. They can call me anything as long as I get a treat (which I always take so gently). I'm very food motivated and I hear that's a good thing when it comes to training. I already know how to sit, give paw, stay and I'm working on my down. I'm an expert at the downward dog, though and I do it after all my naps. Speaking of naps, I love them! I'm pretty much a couch potato at home and love to curl up in my bed. I sleep in my bed at night but in the morning I like to snuggle up with my people on their bed and bury my head under their blankets. I'm pretty mellow even though I'm only two years old. I do get bursts of energy usually when I come back inside after I've done my business or after a long walk. I'm just so happy!
Another thing that makes me so happy is going for walks and hikes in the woods- that's usually where I do my business. I love exploring and smelling all the different scents. I walk well on leash, I do pull at first but it's only because I'm so excited. After our walks I'm usually hoping we'll go on a car ride. I'm such a good girl in the car, I sit quietly in the back and within minutes I'm asleep. I look forward to my doggy play dates with my friend Sugar, another female rescue. We play and play and then take breaks and sleep next to each other. I don't mind sharing my bed. On walks, I greet other dogs politely and I'm unfazed by dogs that bark at me. I just ignore them. I'm not much of a barker.
I like meeting new people, sometimes it just takes me a little time to warm up (usually minutes). Humans have not always been so kind to me. But there were some amazing people that fought for me to have a second chance at an amazing life. Thanks to everyone that believed in me. Now I'm just hoping for a forever family to fall in love with me.
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