Willow is another adult that came to us from a shelter. She had horrible mange (not contagious) and was pleading with her sad eyes for help. A foster stepped up and we backed her! Now she is healing with her foster mom and will want her own home soon. Willow is great with kids, male & female dogs. Hasn't been around cats yet. She's great outside but loves to come in & lay on her towel. She'll stay on it all night (might have to go with her when she is adopted lol). She is very smart and knows sit & lay down. Loves to play ball & with stuffed animals. She would be a good outside during day & inside at night. Or inside all the time because she loves it. She barks at noises & that makes her foster mom feel safe as she is a single mom We think she would be a wonderful alert dog. She doesn't jump or play too rough unless her foster siblings start it first. When you tell her no to barking or if the play is too rough she immediately stops. She takes food nicely from your hand but you have to tell her or she's a little gluttonous about it. She's actually really well trained for being so abused before coming to us her foster mom says. Her foster mom says shes even more well behaved than her personal dogs! She loves water via hose or poured on her but won't get in the pool yet. She rides in the car nicely in the backseat. She sleeps through the night & no accidents yet. Her adoption fee is 150 and will include her spay, shots up to date, a month of pet insurance, and a wellness check at our vet within 72 hours. If you are interested in giving this darling her forever home please download the adoption application found on katesrescue.org and save it as a word document. You can then edit and send the completed application to us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the header "Williow".
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