Bianca is a very special little girl seeking a very special forever family. She came to Denver all the way from Thailand where she had been rescued by our friends at ENP Sanctuary (more info below) from being chained up in a local village. Bianca has made really great progress in her foster home but will require a patient family willing to work further on her confidence and fears. She is one of the most gentle companions we have ever had the pleasure of meeting! Bianca absolutely loves other loving dogs and does very well with cats too. She is house trained, potty trained, rides well in the car, and is a very quiet girl. She enjoys going for hikes with other dogs or just laying in the sunshine in the yard. Bianca also really loves the luxuries we have here like beds and toys :)
Due to how much Bianca enjoys her canine friends (especially equal size or larger), we are only considering homes with another loving canine pal for her. We do not have requirements regarding a fenced yard in general but Bianca specifically will need a fenced yard to feel more secure in her environment. She spent her whole life before us on a chain or in a very little run so she is still unsure of the great wide open. No children please as a loud home would be stressful for her at this time. Though Bianca has some specific requests, she is very much worth the trade off!
If you're interested in adopting Bianca, please fill out an adoption application here: http://petstablished.com/adoption_form/3103/generic. Underdogs is a small volunteer-based animal rescue and we unfortunately do not have the resources to respond to phone and email inquires about our adoptable animals at this time. If you're interested in learning more or setting up a meeting with one of our animals, please kindly complete an adoption application first. Thank you!
Underdogs Rescue has partnered up with the Elephant Nature Park in Chiang Mai, Thailand to help save some of the 400+ dogs they have living on the sanctuary. While most of these dogs have come to the park following natural disasters or from situations some of us couldn't even fathom, these dogs are full of heart and ready to begin a new life in the US with a family to love them!! More information about ENP can be found on their website here: http://www.elephantnaturepark.org/ Help us help them by fostering or adopting one or more of these sweet babies looking for a new life!
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