**GINGER ROGERS has been SPONSORED making the donation to adopt her $100. An approved application is required to adopt**
GINGER ROGERS is a female Heeler/Terrier mix (a guess) approx 1.5 yrs old and 40-45 lb. She is housebroken, crate trained, and is good with other dogs. She has gorgeous, distinct facial markings! Ginger is playful (loves a ball and floppy rope/squeaky toys), she knows how to sit, her favorite thing to chew on is a cow hoof, and she loves to "hide" some of her toys under the bed. Ginger's exact breed is unknown, but she definitely has a herding breed in her. She is alert, smart, and has a normal energy level (she's not high energy). Ginger likes to run around the house and play or lay on the couch beside her human and chew on a toy/watch TV. She has a mischievous side at times and enjoys stealing socks and shoes. She likes to sleep underneath the bed of her humans at night and can have the full run of the house during the day (her new family will learn what items they should "put up" when she is unattended). Ginger would make a good running partner or is also a willing couch potato. She will make a wonderful family addition! Please visit www.pawstn.com to complete our adoption application process if she may be just the girl your family has been searching for.
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