- In excellent health
- Fixed & current on vaccinations until Sept., 2017
- Fully house trained
- Walks great on a leash
- Rides quietly in a car
- Friendly with other dogs
- Loves people
Being a senior pet, Queenee is low energy and loves her naps. She would do best in a quiet home with no children under 10 years of age. Sure, senior pets still love to have fun, but instead of going for an hour-long run or endlessly batting at a toy, they are happy to revel in the simple pleasure of taking it easy. Queenee loves slow strolls to go potty, getting doggie sniffing time in, and loves being outdoors with her handler. If you have a special loving heart for a little girl who is looking for a place to call home again in her twilight years, please contact us.
NOTE: Queenee is listed as bonded with another senior dog named Angus. Our rescue would prefer that they are adopted together, but if we were able to find each one a separate loving home, we know it would be the next best alternative for them. Adoption fee is $75. (jb)
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