Good thing I love car rides. I was found wandering the roads in Brownsville, Texas, which is on the Mexican boarder. Animal control picked me up. They called my family, but they didn't want me back.I was beyond devastated. So I started my journey all the way to the Dallas area and to BRAT. An 11 hour drive!
I fell in love with all the volunteers that helped in my journey. My favorite things are treats, walks, belly rubs, and snuggling on the couch. I would do well as an only dog or with other submissive dogs. All I want for the holidays is a home of my own. Is that you??? I sure hope so.
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