Do you need a companion for your dog? Gryffin is looking for a confident (but not overbearing) friend to help her overcome her shyness. This girl has come a long way since she was hiding in the back of her kennel at a local shelter with her head in the corner. She is still a little scared in new places, but she is starting to trust that no one will hurt her.
She is currently living in a foster home with four other dogs, where she is learning to be a loved member of the family. She is now playing in her backyard with the other dogs and has learned that running zoomies is a fabulous way to spend an evening, before plopping in the grass all stretched out to enjoy a cooler evening.
Gryffin is house broken, crate trained and is a great house guest. Gryffin loves to gather up all the toys in the house and take them to her bed, but she will let the other dogs come play with them too.
Gryffin will do best in a home where there is not too much activity and having someone home more than not will work best. Gryffin was found roaming the streets of Rowlett with two other dogs near the area that was devastated by the tornado at the end of 2015. Meet Gryffin by visiting our website and filling out an Adoption Application. Gryffin was born approximately 9/18/2014.
Please visit our website at www.takemehomepetrescue.com for more information. If you are interested in meeting one of our pets, please fill out the on-line adoption application on our website.
Puppies (under 12 months): $275
Dogs (over 12 months) $225
Large-Breed Dogs (over 75 lbs) $250
Kittens (under 12 months) $125
Cats (over 12 months) $100
Rescued Declawed Cats* $145
* TMHPR does not endorse the declawing of cats
Safe pet home visits & vet checks are required. For this reason, we only adopt locally - in the Dallas area. For more information about our rescue organization and our available pets, please visit http://www.takemehomepetrescue.com
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