Meet Madison Lynn – Madi for short. Miss Madi is a five-year-old bundle of puppy energy. She was dearly loved in her previous home, but her family felt they could not give her the time and attention that she requires and deserves.
Since arriving at her foster home, Madi has enjoyed non-stop action with her “four-legged” foster siblings, chasing them around the yard and through the house at record speed. As much as she loves her “four-legged” foster siblings, she ADORES her “two-legged” foster siblings. She would love to have “two-legged” brothers or sisters to play with during the day and cuddle up to at night. She happily sleeps with her human in the big bed.
Madi is on the larger size, weighing in at 24 lbs. She’s down a couple of pounds since she’s arrived at her foster home thanks to cutting calories and the added exercise. We will ask that her new family continue to help her get down to her ideal weight to keep her in tip-top shape.
Madi has been very good with housetraining, only having had a couple of accidents in her foster home. She loves to go for walks and handles beautifully on a leash. She is also crate-trained and should be crated when you are away.
We are looking for a family who will make Madi a valued member and give her the cuddle time, attention, and exercise she so dearly loves. Do you have a little extra room in your hearts and home? Madi is ready to meet the lucky family she can call her own.
This little lady is completely vetted, spayed, micro-chipped, heartworm negative, and looking for love.
Keep in mind that we prefer to place dogs within driving distance of where they are being fostered. If someone from outside the local area is approved for adoption, they must be willing to fly in to get the dog and that can only happen if the dog is stable enough to travel in the cabin with the passenger.
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