I am a gentle and demure lady who was dumped in the pound by my so-called family who adopted me as a puppy in 2011, for no good reason. I walk beautifully on the leash and know how to sit when asked. I have experienced some neglect and I am taking a while to adjust to my new life at my foster home where I am given so much love and affection. I have not known this before, so please be patient with me. I am wiling to learn and my foster Mom says I look happier every day! I am a gentle and calm dog who would be a wonderful choice as a companion for someone seeking a beautiful larger dog with a more relaxed energy level. I would love a house with a yard as I do like to be outside a lot during the day, and I do love my walks, so I need to be with someone who can take me for a few walks a day. I am also really liking the companionship of my canine foster brother. He is really helping me to learn all about this new life, so another dog would be great if possible! Oh and I am completely house trained!! All I need is a soft place to land and a family who will never give me up for the rest of my life!
If you are interested in meeting Loni, please download the Adoption Questionnaire, fill it out and fax it back to us at (310) 362-0321. You can also meet this and/or other available dogs at our weekend adoptions.
[Loni is 5 years old and weighs 57 lbs.]
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