WILL YOU BE THE ONE TO GIVE HER A HAPPY ENDING???
Juliet really needs a happily ever after story! Originally found as a stray in horrible condition, she had since found a home and has been loved for the past four years. Unfortunately for Juliet, a baby came into the picture. Things were going okay and she acted indifferent toward the baby, but when the baby started to crawl, Juliet decided enough was enough. Since we don't know her history before we found her, we don't know if she has had bad experiences with babies, or she just doesn't understand them. Bottom line is that Juliet needs a babyless home. She has NOT hurt the child, has just been growling and she did try to bite at him one day. Per her current owner..."I think she would do much better with older kids... ideally, she would love to be with someone who might be older and home more often than not. She is a great companion dog, very good with adults (never barks, jumps on people, etc), and very gentle with adults!!! She's extremely easy to take care of, is easy to walk, and is potty trained. She has never had an accident inside the house. In fact, she has woken us up a couple times in the middle of the night and waited til we let her out to go to the bathroom."
We think she'd be great for a senior, small space living, someone who doesn't want the troubles that come with adopting a puppy, someone who likes to have a four-legged companion close by, etc.
Juliet does need to be the only dog in the home. She has been living with another dog (Romeo) for the past four years, but we think he was her son, as they were found together. Romeo is going to stay in his current home. As hard as this has been, the family even offered to let Romeo go as well if we thought they needed to stay together. We think she'll be just fine by herself, so for now, that is our goal.
Juliet is about 9-years old and has never had any health issues. She should have several more healthy and happy years to go :-) She is part of our Senior-to-Senior program with a FREE ADOPTION FEE!!! You may still adopt her if you are not a senior, but we do ask a small donation if this is the case. Juliet has been spayed, microchipped, and is current on her vaccinations!
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