Nadia is a beautiful three year old that was rescued from euthanasia. Her previous owner adopted her along with her littermate at six weeks of age. After 2 years her sister was put to sleep because he showed signs of food aggression. Within 3 weeks of her death her old owner got another puppy. It was only a matter of time, before there were some fights, and because she was larger it was decided that Nadia would be put to sleep. That was when a rescurer stepped in and rescued her from certain death. Nadia is house trained, can sit and shake hands. She loves to play with her beloved toys. She loves to cuddle and give kisses. She does NOT do well with other animals or small children. She does well on a leash but would prefer a fenced in yard. She needs professional nail trimmings, and I am not sure how she would do with a bath. She is up to date on her vaccinations, and she is a good girl. She is a good girl just waiting for the good life. If anyone is interested in adopting or properly fostering Nadia please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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