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Missy's fosterer writes...
Prepare to have Missy steal your heart! She is very affectionate, obedient, and adorable. She especially enjoys chasing thrown tennis balls, and will beg you to play ball all day long. She absolutely must have a fenced yard in which to run off all that energy in short bursts. Missy will want to sleep with you, either in your bed, or on her bed at the foot of yours. Ideally, she would love to have another dog to play with, best if her size or larger. Not suitable to be left alone all day or in a crate—she needs companionship and affection, and will kiss you endlessly in reward. Missy has completed four surgeries to repair her “cherry eyes”, and because one of the third eyelids has been removed, she will likely need daily eye drops later on to prevent dry eye complications. If you and your dog want a 24/7 companion, and you have a fenced yard, Missy could be your girl.
If you are interested in Missy, consider letting us know by filling out a (no obligation) adoption application (http://www.pgspca.org/adopt/online-adoption-application/).
Missy is expected to attend the next adoption show on January 21st at the Annapolis PetCo (possibly arriving late), although there's always a possibility that plans will need to change at the last minute.
We are an all-volunteer group and do not operate a shelter. All of our
animals are in foster homes. We are unable to place our animals outside
of the Baltimore/DC area.
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