Nala is 65 lb. 2-3 year spayed female who is a goofy and wiggly little love bug who was found living under a portable building at a local high school. For what appears to be the first time in her life, Nala has recently began to enjoy playing with toys. She loves her toy carrot and can usually be found carrying it around in her mouth or resting her head on it while taking a nap. She enjoys sunbathing in the yard and napping on one of her comfy beds or in a warm basket of laundry. She is one of the happiest dogs who loves to greet you with constant wiggles, but never jumps on you. She never chews anything other than her toys and just wants to show you love all the time. She enjoys cuddling, being petted, having her belly rubbed, and giving kisses. Nala loves to learn and has nearly mastered all of her basic obedience and practices it daily! She knows sit, shake, stay, and gets into her kennel on command. Nala is a little too curious about cats and would do best in a canine-only home. She is heartworm positive but is currently undergoing treatment and will hopefully be heartworm free soon! If she is fortunate enough to find her forever family while still undergoing treatment the cost will be completely covered. Nala desperately wants a home and family of her very own.
**Nala is spayed, fully vaccinated, microchipped and doing very well in her foster home. She is ready to find her family to complete her transformation. If our sweet girl sounds like a perfect match for your family, please email us at email@example.com for more information. Her adoption fee is $500 to help cover the cost of her airline flight and her travel crate. There will be an additional fee of roughly $125 at customs when you pick her up.
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