Pickles’ is a ray of sunshine on a cloudy day! This girl has spirit and it shows! Even though she is still in rough shape, she loves to play and is so happy to chase the ball around our yards. Pickles is good with other dogs but has some prey drive so no cats or furry friends will do for this gal. If you can see past her current exterior you will find the ultimate furry friend! Pickles so far has shown us she likes to play, then sleep, and then repeat, repeat! She is very content in her doggie bed and she is bit independent in her behavior. She will come for some loves and cuddles then is happy to be in her bed snoozing the day away.
If you are looking to adopt and truly want to help a dog in need look no further than Pickles!!
Pickles just returned from a week of foster care to see how she did and this was her foster moms comments:
'She is very smart. Learns new commands very quickly. Is great on leash has fabulous house manners. She is aloof and does not seek out attention or affection but does come to greet people nicely. She does have some prey drive and likes to chase small fuzzies but can be redirected very easily"
Our adoption fee is $308.00 (including tax) for all dogs/puppies. Our sweet senior dogs 7+ year olds) are $94.08 to adopt. ALL adoptions include the spay/neuter, first set of shots, microchip and a free vet check! Hours for adoption viewings are Tuesday through Sunday from 10 am until 6 pm. Please be advised that most of our dogs are strays, so we typically do not have background history on them. To meet any our pets, please visit the Vancouver Animal Services Shelter at 1280 Raymur Avenue in East Vancouver, or call 604-871-6885
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