Hello Everybody, my name is Samantha. I did not have a name when I got here and was starved. I have been with my fosters parents for about 4 weeks. The vet thinks I am about 1-year-old. UTD on Vaccines, HW-. My delicate weight is 55 lbs.
Today I am so proud of myself. I learned I can jump a 5-foot fence! So I will need a high fence to keep me safe and I love having a yard to play in. I am a Brittany/Pyrenees, a wonderful mix the vet says. My Foster Mom and Dad spy on me when I am outside.
I love to play tug & play with any dogs. I also like cats. If they want to play, I can play with cats too. I am a big strong puppy. I didn’t know anything when they saved ne. I had to learn to walk on a leash (I still mess up sometimes). I potty outside, so they tell me I am housetrained. I do come when I am called. Since I am a puppy, I do need to go to school to learn some training, but it will be well worth is since I am such a darling sweet pup. I love water and would love to have a kiddie pool to play in.
I would like a family with another dog that wants to play all the time, I think I like kids, but sometimes I forget they are small and I knock them down. I love to sit next to you or on you and cuddle. I am a real lover. I don’t bite, I love tug a war with another dog. I also like to bark when I am playing. I am so happy when I am playing.
If you would be willing to work with me, I would love to be your puppy.
If you are interested in adopting me, please visit www.NBRAN.org to complete an adoption application. Contact Nancy Walker email@example.com and/or Melinde Waddle firstname.lastname@example.org . for more information after you have filled out the application. The fee to adopt Samantha in Texas is $325 to offset her vetting and to allow NBRAN to rescue more of these wonderful pets. Transportation can be arranged up 1400 miles with the adopter being responsible for the last 100 miles.
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