Angels Among Us Animal Rescue announces a new Angel:
Panda is a 3-year-old, full-figured, 23 pound terrier dachshund mix. Panda is a great dog! She had a tough beginning. She was passed around several homes and then given away as a pregnant female on Craigslist. Six months ago, Panda came into our rescue. Poor baby was skin and bones, weighing 13 pounds, nursing her 7 one-week-old puppies. She was friendly but timid. She quickly adapted, settling into her new life with her foster family. Once we began vetting this sweet girl, we found that she also had heart worms. Well, now her puppies are in loving forever homes and her heart worms have been treated. It is Panda’s turn to find her happily-ever-after, as a treasured companion in a loving home.
Panda is a loving, good-natured girl, who has a sassy side, at times. She will bark at the front door, but enjoys company of all ages. Panda will bump the other dogs with her round body when racing toward a goal, but is ultimately happy sharing the achievement. Panda loves to eat, play, cuddle and sleep next to you in bed. She will often bark and growl when first meeting other dogs, but once she decides that she is safe, she is ready to play. Someone very loving and lucky is out there waiting to be Panda's forever partner.
Panda is currently in TN but will be transported to New England for adoption. AAUAR is courtesy listing Panda for Guardian Angels Pet Rescue (GAPR) of Memphis, TN. All GAPR dogs are fostered in Tennessee. The adoption donation is $400 which includes a health certificate, transport north and a micro chip.
*Unless stated otherwise, all dogs will be spayed or neutered, on flea/tick product and heart worm prevention medicine (if older than 5 months) and micro chipped prior to adoption.
*Please note that while we do our best to accurately state the breed or breed mix of a dog, we often have very limited information to draw from. Identifying the breed without pedigrees and information on heritage can be very challenging!
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