Poor little Tina was living under a freeway overpass, for several weeks. I very kind dog lover was feeding her and searching for a foster home who could take her in. Tina was so happy to meet her new foster mom. She settled in quickly and shows she has lived in a home before. She has wonderful manners and is happy to snuggle up in her crate. Her foster mom decided to name her Tina, after Tina Turner. She looks like she is dancing when she starts her wiggle butt routine . J
Tina is such a happy girl, as all lab mixes are. She loves everyone she meets and LOVES her foster dog siblings. They have told her she will find a forever loving home, just like they did. S he knows she is safe and will never again find herself out on the scary streets. She likes her crate, but does not have to be crated. She has not been destructive. She loves playing with toys and is a good girl at bath time.
Tina is a young lab mix around 12-15 months old and weighs 50 lbs. She is current on vaccinations, spayed, microchipped and heartworm negative.
Tina looks forward to a forever home of her own. I’m sure she will dance her way into your heart in no time.
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