I am a loving 50 pound, 3-year-old female with a calm personality. I am already spayed and up-to-date on my vaccinations, heart worm preventative and flea/tick medication.
I'm house and crate trained and get along well with my foster sister. She's a Border collie mix and just a little smaller than me. I recently stayed with a vacation foster while my family had to go away for 4 days. The home has a dachshund/schnauzer mix (female) and 2 kids ages 11-14 (approx.) and I did GREAT with all of them! I can't tell you how I feel about cats because I have not been around any yet. However, if you would like my foster family to test me with cats that can be done!
I was rescued from a life on the street by my foster dad. The neighbors think I was a hunting dog turned loose after my old family didn't have any use for me anymore. I am still getting used to being walked on a leash but I keep getting better and better!
I am comfortable hanging out in my crate when my family has to leave for a little while. When they return home I can't control my wagging tail. Foster dad calls me Waggy Maggie. I'm not stingy with my kisses either.
I like relaxing and/or sleeping on my bed or floor while my family watches TV but my favorite place to hang out and catch a nap is on the screened-in back porch or a sunny spot on the patio. I also have a large fenced in yard to play in so if my new home had one too that would be awesome!
I am a quiet dog and really not much trouble. Most of the time, you won't even know that I'm there. I would do well in a home with other dogs or as the only apple of your eye!
If you have any questions, please email them to FCHSlauraelizabeth@gmail.com. If you know you want to make me a member of your family, please fill out an application at https://fchsnc.formstack.com/forms/dogadoptionform_
I can't wait to find my Fur-ever family!!! Could it be you??
Adoption fee is $225
Applications can be filled out at www.fchsnc.org/adoptable-dogs
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