Meet Cesara! This gorgeous, 3-4 year old, 64 lb, girl is a short haired beauty, though her name means “long-haired.” The color of her coat is a warm reddish brown. Cesara has white spotted paws with a matching chest. This pup is always getting compliments for her beauty and sweetness. Cesara actually was part of a 'guess my breed' contest at DSR. As a result she actually had a DNA test to reveal that she is part American Staffordshire Terrier, Boxer, and Bulldog mix! What an amazing mix of breeds that creates one gorgeous pup!
Cesara seems to be always smiling, radiating her wonderful personality. She sheds very little which is an asset because though she is a big girl ,she likes nothing better than to sit next to you and be petted. Actually, she would prefer to be on your lap! She loves people, so much so that she needs to be the only animal in the family. In other words- she needs to be the queen of her castle!
Cesara is already an amazing pup as she is already house and crate trained (But do remember there can be some accidents as a dog adjusts to a new environment). In addition, she knows “sit, wait, and walk” and has been making real progress with applying “leave it” as she encounters people, bikes, cars, and dogs. She immediately pauses, sits, and seeks a reward! Always ready to make new friends, when Cesara sees a new person, she wants to greet them with all her energy. However, since she has been working on sitting before being petted, she is getting much better at introductions.
Always up for a new adventure, Cesara gets so excited when she knows she is going for a walk or a ride in the car! Once she is refocused all is well and oh, does she love to walk. She would even love it if you ran with her.
Are you the person for Cesara? With continued guidance and patience, she will become your devoted lifelong companion. If yes, see below:
The fee for adoption is $450. This includes spay/neuter, vaccinations and transport fees.
Interested in adopting Cesara? To get the ball rolling head over to http://www.dogstarrescue.org/the-form/ and submit your application today. A Dog Star representative will contact you within 24 hours. To help speed up the process, please call your vet and give them permission to speak with us.
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