“Take a chance on me. Gonna do my very best and ain’t no lie. Take a chance on me. That’s all I ask of you. “
Maggie is the perfect dog to take a chance on because she is truly looking to bond with someone and to become an invaluable part of that lucky person’s life! It feels like Maggie hasn’t really had someone to call her own. Now, that she’s had a taste of living with loving foster parents and a stable pack of little dogs, she’s totally into cuddle time, snuggle time and being part of the family.
Maggie has blossomed from a shy worrisome little girl to a wonderful companion. One of the most endearing things about Maggie is the pure joy she expresses at walk time! The leash comes out and she begins to circle and dance and her tails wags so fast it’s a blur! Her foster family taking Maggie on walks. Her leash manners are very good and she wants to go on nice long walks with you by her side. And while not required, Maggie even enjoys hiking. Off-leash, she’s fantastic!
And then there’s the dog park! Maggie really enjoys playing with dogs as big or bigger than herself. Yes, this little dog is a fan of the bigger one! She enjoys a great game of chase and is right there in the middle of a wrestling match.
She’s a 5 year old mix…who knows what our girl might be… She’s probably part spaniel Cocker Spaniel or Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. She’s a beautiful cream color with crazy fun cowlicks from her head to her toes!
So the question is…Maggie really wants to know…”will you take a chance on me!”
Maggie is 11-12 lbs. She is spayed, chipped and current on her vaccines. We’ve had her eyes checked and the tearing is improving with good diet and supplements. Our vet does not recommend surgery for the eyelids at this time.
Grateful Dogs Rescue incurs substantial medical and other costs in rescuing our dogs. In order to recoup some of these costs, we must charge an adoption fee. The adoption fee for Maggie is $200.
If you are interested in adopting Maggie, please complete our online adoption application at http://www.gratefuldogsrescue.org/adoption-process.html or if you are interested in fostering please fill out our foster application at http://www.gratefuldogsrescue.org/foster-a-rescue-dog-1.html. One of our volunteers will get back to you. Adoptions are local, confined to the SF Bay Area.
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