Scarlett is a wonderfully sweet girl with people. She loves to cuddle, she is smart, listens well and walks great on a leash. Just today we went to Swift Cantrell park and makes the loop to get her some exercise. I was so impressed with her. When we saw a dog, I just told her no, kept he leash short and walked by. She looked at it but kept walking.
Scarlett loves to lay on the bed, spoon and get lots of kisses. She has a broken spirit right now. She has been through alot in her life.
Originally found off Martin Luther King in Atlanta, she was injured and starving. The lady who found her kept her and slowly introduced her to her other dogs. Scarlett lived and played with two chihuahuas and a cat for over a year. Then a roommate moved in that had a large dog. That dog attacked Scarlett the first week and since then Scarlett has hated other dogs. She has a "get them before they get me" attitude that we are working to break. I would never trust Scarlett with another dog off leash or in the house BUT onl leash, she is now drinking water next to other dogs and walking among them with strict supervision. She knows I have control of her.
PLEASE CONSIDER FOSTERING SCARLETT. HER HEART IS BROKEN and we need you to help us help her.
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All dogs are fully vaccinated, microchipped, spayed/neutered and Heartworm negative unless otherwise noted. We require an adoption application, home visit and adoption fee of $200 ($150 for senior). You also get a two week trial period with all of our dogs. To apply, simply go to www.forgottenpaws.com.
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