This beautiful gal is Myrt, and he is just as nice as they come! Myrt had a home where she was very much loved but sadly finds herself looking for a new forever home. You see Myrt and her brother, Ronnie, came to be Dog Stars when their owner went into hospice with cancer. Dog Star is committed to finding these exceptional, sweet pups the loving homes that they deserve. Myrt is a red Retriever mix and is approximately 5 years old and 75 lbs. An all around great dog, Myrt is described as “one of the sweetest dogs ever,” and she is going to make a wonderful and loving companion for her new forever family. She is ready to begin this next chapter in her life, and she is so ready to meet you!
Myrt is a very well adjusted, incredibly nice pup with an easy going, low energy level. A bit shy at first, she comes out of her shell once she is comfortable. She is very happy playing and frolicking around, but also is content with her downtime. She is the type of girl who would love to sit next to you on the front porch, watching the world go by. Myrt gets along with everyone- this sweet, gentle lady is great with dogs and cats, and adores children. And she is already crate trained, walks beautifully on the leash, and is working at becoming house trained. Myrt is a super nice, super good girl who truly has so much love to give and who truly deserves the best- can you give Myrt the forever home that she deserves? She is ready for her forever family!
The fee for adoption is $450. This includes spay/neuter, vaccinations and transport fees.
Interested in adopting Myrt? To get the ball rolling head over to http://www.dogstarrescue.org/the-form/ and submit your application today. A Dog Star representative will contact you within 24 hours. To help speed up the process, please call your vet and give them permission to speak with us.
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