A volunteer writes: Part of the same family her entire life, Tiger joins us when a member of that family passed away. She grew up with her human sibling and they are both the same age. We’re told she was super friendly, loyal and respectful of her human sibling, doesn’t guard her stuff, doesn’t mind a bath, has a low activity level, is housetrained and is well behaved when left home alone. Ms. Tiger showed off her housetraining skills the moment we were out the door, and is a chunky girl with a sweet grumpy face just like my Aunt Lotte. She likes to sniff her way down the street so is easy to walk, and has been well fed with love. Off leash in the yard Tiger gets briefly playful with a plush toy (it’s too hot to get more than briefly anything), play bowed to a couple of dogs in another pen, and did nicely in her first group with a younger, respectful male dog perhaps recalling what it was like to be a young girl who does little bunny hops in playful greeting. Tiger is a sweet, calm, respectful, gentle girl in need of a retirement home in which to spend the rest and best years of her life. Let’s get her comfy and home…..ask to meet her today.
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