Zula is such a sweetheart, she is just loving life!
She adores people and belly rubs and laying in the sun on the porch or in the yard in the grass, soaking in the sun and her new safe life. Hers was a life of uncertainty and turmoil, but now she revels in the fact that she isn't wondering where her next meal will come from, and she no longer has to look over her shoulder. She is a spunky girl full of life and love. She just needs someone to reciprocate her affections! Is it you?
Zula has come so far- from a very sick and scrawny dog to a gorgeous girl- she deserves nothing but the best!
To apply to foster or adopt this beauty, please click www.southsidestreetdogs.com/applications.html -
No kitties for Zula please! She seems to do fairly well with other dogs but prefers to be the center of attention... top dog... understandable after all she has been through. I'd want all the attention to myself as well! She is not dog reactive.
Zula is a strong, healthy girl and loves to play with her people. She tends to be a bit too rough with other dogs. She loves her bully sticks and to lounge around like a couch potato and give and receive endless hugs. She also enjoys listening to the radio! Zula will make a wonderful companion for the right person.
Zula is up to date on all routine vaccinations and preventatives, is spayed & microchipped. Zula DID test light positive for heartworms, and started the doxy + adv multi protocol which would render her HW negative in 6-8 months. She should re-test in June '17. We will include medications with adoption.
For info, apply online: www.southsidestreetdogs.com/applications.html or use the contact us tab for more information.
Zula's adoption fee: $225
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