She is playful, loves having her bottom scratched, takes treats gently, she's good with male dogs, knows how to sit on command, and keeps a clean crate. Her crate is on an upper level, and she's so smart that she puts her front feet up on it when it's time to go back in, and waits for us to lift her bottom up!
The reason she's been with us for so long is because of black dog syndrome, where people tend to overlook black dogs, and because she is a bit slower warming up to new men she meets vs women.
She is seriously SO WONDERFUL, and we hope so much that someone comes in to meet her, falls in love like we all have, and wants to take her home!
Pam has a mentor that spends time with her each week. This is what she says about Pam, "Pam is an older dog who loves to go walking. She is crate trained. She does not like to be in a crate and when she comes out, she is so sweet and gentle. She gets excited when I come in to take her for a walk. Then she hops back in her crate with a little push on her bottom. She is easy to walk. Pam needs to find her forever family soon so she can know what it’s like to be loved a lot."
Adoption fee $120
HELP!!! We need canned dog food for our puppies, seniors with few teeth, and our adult finicky dogs. They usually like Pedigree, but we will take anything!
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