Hello, my name is Willow! I was found as a stray in the country shot up. I probably was dumped and then shot by a rancher as I went onto their property in search of water and food as I was very hungry. The rescue that took me in patched me up and am nice and healthy. My DOB is 15 Jul 2015. I look like a Bulldog, Basset hound, Lab mix with maybe some American Staffordshire Terrier thrown in for good measure. I am a beautiful but quirky looking with my bulldog stance and funny overbite. Please don't judge as I cannot help who my parents were!!! I am very athletic and not aware of my size and strength. I would do best as an only dog with the ability to go in and out in a fenced yard and older children. Sorry, I may accidently knock over little children! I love my humans a lot, love to hang out with my humans and like my belly rubbed. I love bones and treats. I am very smart. Someday whoever adopts me can get me a fur sibling that I like and that is my size or larger and energy level, applicable.
This is a courtesay post for the Helotes Humane Society. For information on how to adopt me, please contact my foster parents at email@example.com. L&S Dog Diggity Rescue is headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, where there are over 350,000 homeless pets. We save homeless and abandoned dogs and find them loving forever homes in other areas, where pet homelessness is not epidemic. All of our pets are located here, in San Antonio, and we partner with Paws Without Borders and other rescues to provide transportation for our pets to their new homes. Our adoption fee includes vet care (vaccinations, spay/neuter, microchipping, etc), as well as transportation and health certificate. Please contact us to ask about our adoption process and our adoption fees. You can contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org, visit our website at www.dogdiggityrescue.com.
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