Sheyenne has a beautiful brindle coat, narrow head, brown eyes and a quiet spirit. She can run like the wind and stop on a dime; she would make a great running or walking partner with her long stride and good leash manners. Sheyenne does well with other dogs of all sizes and gender and also with kids.
Sheyenne’s was rescued from life in a backyard. Her humans got divorced and the husband took two of the dogs, but left Sheyenne and her mother behind. The wife and kids were afraid of large dogs and had little contact with them.
Once rescued, Sheyenne was introduced to more and more humans and other canines, which increased her confidence. It takes some patience to win her over and she may always be a little weary of new people. But, she is quick to learn and improves with every new meeting.
One thing is certain, anyone who befriends her will have a companion for life with this sweetheart.
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Age: 2-3 y/o
Weight: 60-65 lbs
Temperament: Gets along with kids, dogs and cats
Vetting: Spay/neutered, Up-to-date on vaccines, Heartworm negative
Adoption Fee: $225
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