Living Footloose and Fancy Free Hi! My name is Free, but my foster parents sometimes call me Free Bird, Freedom, Fancy Free, Dancing Freedom, or Miss Daisy Freedom (Daisy was my old name). Regardless of what I am called, you can't call me unhappy. When I get excited I do a little tap dance that I'm told is hilarious. I love love love human attention. Animal attention not so much, I tend to get jealous when attention is given to another dog, helloooo I should be the center of attention duh! Anyway, I am looking for a forever home, or possibly a foster home without other dogs as I don't like the dogs I share my home with. No cats please. I have recovered from my adventure with heart worm and am fully ready to now bestow my heart to you! Please pick me!!
Free came into the rescue after an urgent plea by a college student that was desperate to save her! This wonderful human being saved her from a family that was giving Free away that was going to euthanize her when the last day came and no one had taken her. She was so desperate to save this dog's life that she slept in her car with Free for 3 days! She could not bring Free to her parents' condo due to the breed discrimination of the condo association. She did not have any money, no food for herself, but made sure Free was ok!
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