2. How old are you?
I am about a year old.
3. How much do you weigh?
I weigh about 50 lbs right now, which is where I’ll stay pretty much when I get older.
4. What do you look like?
Everyone says I look like a white boxer. I’m all white except some brindle spots on my ears and tail. And I have a super cool underbite, which I’ll show you if you ask me to smile.
5. What do you like to eat?
Pretty much everything.
6. What kind of personality do you have?
I am a goofy, lovebug.
7. Describe your perfect day:
I love playing with my toys, playing with my foster mom. I love to chew! I love lying on my favorite pillow by my foster mom and chewing on a bone, or a kong, or a chew toy. I love going outside and have lots of energy.
8. What is your favorite toy?
I have lots of favorites. I like stuffed animals, and kongs, and chew toys. One of my 1st toys was a little stuffed Snoopy that the nice NBBR ladies gave me when they saved me…and I still love him and sleep with him every night.
9. Do you know any tricks?
Not too many yet. I know “come” and “sit”, but my foster mom says we will learn more tricks!
10. What scares you?
I’m a pretty brave girl, but since my first family just left me at the shelter, I don’t like it when everyone leaves me alone.
11. Have you been around children? Do you like them?
I’m friendly with pretty much everyone.
12. Do you like cats?
Cats? what are those? I guess I’ll have to figure that out and let you know later.
13. How do you feel about other dogs?
I love other dogs! All kinds and sizes!
14. If you could be anywhere in the world, where would it be?
Where my family is.
15. How is your health?
Now that they operated on my leg, I’m better.
16. Who do you live with in your foster home and who is your closest companion?
I live with 5 other dogs, little ones and big ones, but we have separate rooms right now.
17. Where do you hang out when you are home alone?
I am crate trained, and my crate is right next to my foster brother’s crate in my foster mom’s bedroom.
18. Where do you sleep?
Sometimes with my foster mom, and sometimes in my crate.
19. Do you like walking on a leash?
I’m getting the hang of it. I just started walking with 3 legs, so I’m sure pretty soon I’ll have the leash thing all figured out.
20. Do you have any "not-so-great" habits that we should know about? For instance, do you bark or dig in the yard?
I’m pretty awesome, but I do cry for a tiny bit when my foster mom leaves me, but I don’t do that too much.
21. Are you house trained? (Meaning do you go potty outside)
I’m pretty good so far, but because I’m still a puppy, I still have to go out pretty often, and sometimes I can’t hold it that long.
22. What do you love about your foster family?
I love how my foster mom loves on me all the time. And I love having other dogs nearby to keep me company.
23. What was your life like before being brought into NorCal Bully Breed Rescue?
Not very good. My original “family” dropped me off at the shelter with a really bad infected leg. I thought I was a goner. The shelter did surgery to take my front left leg off, and right after that NBBR came and rescued me, and I’ve been super happy ever since!
NorCal Bully Breed Rescue is a foster based rescue with foster homes spread all throughout the Sacramento area. We require our adopters to be within a 50 to 100 mile radius of us, depending on the dog, and depending on the home. This is because we need to do a yard check to guarantee that the potential adopter's yard is secure, and also have them be close enough should any behavioral issues arise, and the assistance of our trainer is needed. We try our best to match our dogs to the perfect homes, and match them based on their personalities, not their looks. Adoptions are not done on a "first come, first serve" basis, rather in the order of what homes are the right match for that particular dog. Our adoption fees are set based on the dog. Maisy’s adoption fee is $200. This includes spay/neuter, vaccines, microchip, and deworming (if necessary).
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