Maude is a beautiful fawn colored terrier/lab mix. She's had a rough time before the rescue stepped in. She was originally found as a stray and lived at a vet's office for a year in a small cage. When the vet said her would euthanize her a client begged that she be sent to animal control instead thinking she would have a good chance of adoption there. Unfortunately no one came for her and she ended up on the euthanasia list again. She is so appreciative of being pulled out of the kill shelter and has shown herself to be an extremely sweet and affectionate pup. She loves to go for car rides -- will ride right up front and eager to help out with directions if needed. She is not comfortable around very small children but very happy to be greeted by adolescents and adults. At adoption events she will sweetly ask to be petted and have her butt scratched and will roll over for you to scratch her tummy. Not shy at all when it comes to getting affection and attention. All of the volunteers gush over how sweet she is. Maude is still a youngster so will want a fairly active family to help her shed some of those extra shelter pounds. If you're looking for an all around devoted companion to accompany you on those errands, walks, tv watching, and napping then look no further. She's a super snuggle bunny who's ready for her forever home.
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