Mariah was surrendered by her owner to a high kill shelter and she was so scared -not knowing where she was or what is going to happen to her! The shelter suspects that Mariah was used as a breeder dog. Mariah would do best in a home with another dog as she is really shy with people right now.
She is an absolute sweetheart!! Friendly with people once she meets them and likes other dogs. She has been eating great and sleeps in her crate at night without any issues. She can be left outside the crate during the day and just sleeps on the rug or hangs out, no chewing or trouble so far. She takes care of her business when she goes out and appears to be potty trained. She walks fine on a leash. She barks and growls a little when she hears sounds (her foster home is in a busy neighborhood, lots of people and dogs walking by). She responds to her name (aka Molly) and comes when called. She is very affectionate, calm and gentle so far—more on the passive side. She will play with the other dogs a little bit. s
Mariah has cataracts and some vision loss, but it doesn't slow her down. She is a sweetheart waiting for that special person or family to love her, and promises to return love hundred-fold.
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