Glenda knows how to enjoy the finer things in life: leisurely strolls, a good, long nap, and delicious treats. This sweet girls loves people and is very affectionate. While she pretends to be tough with other dogs when they first meet, her sweet disposition quickly shine through and she settles right in. She has shown no interest in cats and appears good with kids, but preferably older kids.
Glenda is no spring chicken, but that also means she won't eat your favorite pair of shoes! She is a bit of a counter and trash can surfer if you aren't looking, but she is quickly learning her manners in her foster home. Sadly, Glenda is heartworm positive and will begin treatment soon. She will be available as a foster to adopt during her treatment.
If you are interested in adopting this dog, please fill out an application. We do allow out of state adoptions (after heartworm treatment) and any transport costs are at the expense of the adopter. If you have further questions about this dog, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and someone will be in touch as soon as possible.
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