I'm good dog Maia, The dog catcher man came over to me one day while I was out and about......maybe a little too far from home. Anyway he was very nice. He took me for a ride in his big white truck. I rod in the front seat with him and watched out the window as he chauffeured me around for a bit and then took me to the Ahimsa Rescue Foundation rescue that I've been hearing a lot about. I've been hearing that it is a good place but not a permanent place for pets. I've been staying at Ahimsa Rescue since the day I met Mr. Dog cather man. I have my very own room at Ahimsa and lots of good food and toys. I go outdoors every day with my friend dogs, and we play, play, play in the big yard with a wadding pool. We come back inside before night for dinner and rest. It's a good place at Ahimsa Rescue Foundation but I need my very own home. I'm a good dog so please come see me soon.
Maia-approx. DOB: September 2015
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