Meet Abigail! She goes by many nicknames and loves when you sweet talk her! We often refer to her here in her foster home as Abi Abernathy! Abigail came into Buffalo C.A.R.E.S. after roaming the streets on her own. Abigail is so sweet and just loves attention. She is a total cuddle bug. She is happy to have a soft place to curl up and snore away! And boy does she snore! The softer the blankets the better! No pillows please, as she will most likely just flip them on the floor. Abigail has very good manners! She will sit and walks well on a leash! She has resided in a foster home with four other dogs, but was kept separate to give her a comfortable space to re-coop. Abi rides well in the car, too. Abi is pretty quiet unless she is alerting you about something. Abigail prefers to be off leash in a fenced space to do her business and will hold it very long waiting for that opportunity. She is crate trained and responds well to her name. Abigail has the cutest little skipping run she does, and the vet identified a prior leg injury that has healed. Abigail is a solid 54 pounds of short haired, black with a white chest, true companion dog. She has been exposed to a teenager in her foster home and just adores her. Abigail is timid about her feet being touched and will require structured greetings with other dogs. You have to meet this precious girl and fall in love with her! She loves to give kisses as well!
Abi's adoption fee is $175 + $50 training deposit that is refunded upon proof of completion of an obedience course.
All dogs come fully up to date on shots, microchipped, heart worm tested, de-wormed, on flea and heart worm preventative, and spayed/neutered. If interested in learning more or adopting please fill out an application on our website at www.buffalocares.org.
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