My foster mom told me that when she first saw me I was sad and hurting. By my first morning I was able to stand up and wag my tail and that gave her hope for me. She said I gained strength and trusted quickly. She says I'm a good eater. I like taking walks on my leash and I do really well. I am house trained. I know a few commands like sit and come. I like waving my paw at you, too. I get along with my foster mom's two German Shepherds. I'm not too sure about playing with them, they're a lot taller than me.
I like to give you kisses galore. I just want to love humans, and how could you not want to love me? Look at the picture that shows the heart on my head. I sometimes still hang my head. My foster mom tells me to raise my head because I'm a pretty little girl. She says true dog lovers will over look my scars and kiss me all over my precious face. So let theses SAPA folks know that you want to love me the rest of my life...ok?
She was scheduled to be euthanized, but San Antonio Pets Alive! saved her and now they are helping her find the forever, loving home that she has never known.
She is currently located at San Antonio Pets Alive!, and is in a foster home. By adopting her, you not only give her a new leash on life; you also save the life of the additional dog who can be rescued from euthanasia and placed in foster care.
If you are interested in adopting, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with Pet name and ID#. Please allow us up to 24 hours to respond as all fosters work with us on a volunteer basis.
To find out how you can get involved and help turn San Antonio into a no-kill city, please visit us at www.sanantoniopetsalive.org
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