Wags is one of a litter of 7 puppies that were found under a handicap ramp of an abandonded home when they were only 10 days old. Their mother had been struck and killed by a car; one of our foster homes took the puppies in and bottled fed them and happily, they all survived and have thrived! But, Wags and the gang need a home of their own. Wags and her brother, Lewis, must be adopted together. Lewis is very attached to Wags, and since they have been together their entire lives, we think it best for both of them to keep them together. If ever there were a dog appropriately named, it is Wags. She is great with other dogs, likes children and is all around sweet girl, her tail never stops wagging, hence her name (she is untested with cats). She would be great for a home that is looking to "balance out their pack"-she seems to have a calming effect on other dogs. She is current on shots, spayed and on heartworm prevention-she is eager to please and wants to be where ever you are and will be your friend for life.
You may submit an adoption application on our website at www.myhstc.org or 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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