Hi everyone my name is Sandy.
A little bit about me, I was found in a community dog park where the people who were supposed to love me just dumped me. However that day that was really sad for me has turned into a blessing in disguise. I found a foster mom who loves me and tells me what a good girl I am all the time. It turns out, to my foster mothers surprise that I was pregnant. Luckily my fur boys were born in the care of someone who cared. Before you say it....yes I know I look GREAT for just having given birth in August; I get it all the time!
I am kind of boy crazy; anytime I see a human guy, I am sure to sit real pretty for him and like to get their attention. Although I like where I am at right now, I am looking for a forever family, I am great with kids and other dogs. I am pretty low key and the only time you will here me bark is if a stranger is around our yard who doesn't belong there. I am really good and I won't potty in your house either!
Thank you for visiting my page and I hope that I hear from you soon!
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