C.G. (short for Country Girl) was found as a stray in a very rural part of the state. She apparently was someone's pet as she is healthy, good with other dogs and people, and appears to be housebroken. She is timid at first when she first meets people but warms up very quickly once she knows you are a friend. She loves to be petted, great on walks and is happy to ride in the car. She can be protective of her toys, treats and food so would need to be fed in her crate or away from other pets. She's a sweet, happy, pretty gal who is simply looking for someone to keep her safe and share their adventures with her. She's a great size weighing just around 40 lbs. and has the longish coat of a cattle dog. She will need some weekly brushings to keep those furry tumbleweeds from multiplying. We are still waiting to see if she has the Beagle barking trait -- she's still a little on the shy, quiet side. Not sure about cats yet -- will test soon.
Age: 3 Years Old
Weight: 40 Pounds
Temperament: Gets along with kids, dogs, and can be cat tested upon request
Training: Housetrained and crate-trained
Vetting: Spay/neutered, up-to-date on vaccines, heartworm negative
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