Winnie is one of a family of dogs that was rescued by one of our foster homes from an elderly woman whose kids were using her home to sell drugs. Despite their auspicious beginnings, Winnie and her family are very sweet, good dogs-it is a true testament that most canines can live in the moment and over come most anything with a little TLC. She looks like a small yellow lab mixed with a little shepherd/weighs around 30-35 pounds. Winnie loves all people and is great with kids but she can be a bit bossy with other dogs (she either needs to be an only dog or go to a home with another submissive dog that will allow her to be in charge). Winnie is active and likes to play-she is outgoing and just all around fun loving. Winnie absolutely adores to play fetch-she will retrieve as many times as you want to throw a tennis ball to her-she is a great dog and will be a great pet in the right home. She is spayed, current on shots and on heartworm prevention. Please help us finish her happy ending by giving her the forever home she deserves. You may obtain an adoption application at our website at www.myhstc.org or you may email us for more information. She is an older dog now but would still make a good pet; she is 8-9 years young! Please email Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org for information
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