Simply Sunny! Simply …..a very sunny, happy, quiet girl that will cautiously meet you and then embrace you as her friend. Very understandable for a lot of the rescued dogs out there that we know nothing of their past and their human relationships which we assume often was not so kind. Simply Sunny is about 5 years old and weighs 55 pounds. This special girl came out of a shelter in TN where she was pregnant and about to give birth. A wonderful foster mom allowed her to have her babies safely and raised to a time that they could all find homes. Sadly Miss Sunny is still with us and looking for someone who will understand her calm and simply joy that takes a few minutes to warm. She is a girl that sizes up the people and the situation. Once you are there…. She gets along and plays well with other dogs. Sunny happily comes when called and loves nothing more than to be loved on. This girl wants to please and minds so well. She has been a love to foster and is a very clean girl that is housebroken and keeps herself looking nice. She would be a wonderful addition to any empty nest couple or single person that is looking for a low energy dog to spend their days with. She would be a great 55+ owner type of girl.
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