Who doesn’t love a Disney Princess? Meet Mulan. Like her Disney namesake , Mulan is brave and strong and a true heroine. She is a loving lab/terrier mix. Like Mulan, she was found in a desperate situation, but relied on others (in this case, a team of Angels) to see her strengths and save the day. Her story began when she was callously thrown over a fence at animal control in Valdosta, Georgia. She was severely emaciated and heartworm positive. On her last day to live, she was saved by Angels (Among Us). We can now introduce her to you. Mulan is about 55 pounds and has a heart of gold. She ADORES children, and has perfect house manners. She delights in the playtime with her foster siblings, finding everything a source of joy…ropes, bones, balls…she’s your girl. And water? FANTASTIC idea, bring your swimsuit and she’s up for splashing away. Mulan knows her forever family will be worth protecting and she shows her loyalty by being cautious around strangers, until she knows them. But Mulan treasures love above all. She would adore finding that perfect family to lavish the heart that her two breeds represent. Who is her perfect family? Someone who understands both lab and pit breeds, someone who could give her normal exercise. Single or with a canine sibling (one who would enjoy a play and wrestle session), she would be only too happy to fill your heart with her devotion, love and joy of life. To find out how to adopt Mulan, please send an email to Inquiry@angelsrescue.org. A loving heart waits anxiously for you! Make a donation in this dog's name at http://www.angelsrescue.org/donate. For inquiries, email firstname.lastname@example.org. An Adoption Application for this dog can be found at http://www.angelsrescue.org/pet-forms/dog-adoption-app.asp and can be submitted online. Be sure to like our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/angelsrescue.
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