found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am purebred, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
Jill will come to you completely prespoiled, which is a plus, since you will have a head start on how she wants live her life! She walked into her foster home and wrapped her foster parents around her little paw. As befitting a true Princess Griff, she has her expectations and they are fulfilled. She wanted to sleep in the “big” bed, so she does. She wants to sleep upon you for naps, so she does. She wants round the clock attention and affection, and she gets it! You just can't help but spoil this delightful puppy.
Jill is truly a sweetheart, does not meet a stranger, and loves all other dogs in her foster home. She is partially potty trained, and will use a potty pad if she has to go while in the house. She loves to go out in the yard and run, run, run, so will appreciate a fenced yard or play yard, and she truly does needs a playmate. She has the cutest mannerisms and will just steal your heart. Since Jill is so young, she would like to have a home where she is not alone all day. She is the true definition of a companion dog. She loves to roll in the grass and lay in the sunshine, and her copper red coat just glows in the sun.
Jill has not yet been spayed or microchipped due to her young age. She will be spayed mid May. She is up to date on her shots and has been deemed “perfect” by her vet. Jill was found to have a mild grade #1 luxating patella on her right, but the vet deems that it will probably never need attention and does not bother her at all. It is only noticed upon palpation of her knee joint by the vet. She will have her heartworm test at 6 months of age, and is currently on heartworm monthly medication. Jill is best suited to a home without large dogs or small children due to her petite size.
Please read the information in Jill 's bio carefully, as it was written with her needs in mind. If you feel your home meets the needs of Jilly Bean, please go to our website at www.abgra.org and fill out an adoption application. Someone will be in touch with you by phone or email once it is received, and will explain the adoption process to you. We do not adopt to homes with electric fences, and we do not ship our rescues, and the adopter does have to travel to the foster home to pick up the dog. Pet doors are OK as long as they are closed and locked while the family is gone and at night.
Thank you for your interest in one of our fosters. If you have other questions, please let me know.