Hello my name is Betta, I am a very sweet girl who loves going on walks, car rides and playing with my foster sisters. (2 year old little girl and 1 year old Australian Shepard) I also love chewing bones, but my very favorite thing is snuggling!! I had a very rough start to life. When I arrived at my foster home I was underweight, malnourished, had mange, ear infections and was starting to lose hair all over my body. I had sores on my ears and tummy and lived outside. I just wasn’t a pretty sight. Well needless to say things have changed. I am very grateful to have a second chance at life. I am great in my kennel, house trained and walk well on a leash. I am about 20-25lbs (my foster mom says I am the perfect size) She also thinks I may be mixed with Blue Heeler or Australian Cattle dog. I do have some herding instincts but I am great with kids and I do not herd them. I am hoping to find my forever home soon! Please fill out an adoption application if you would like to meet me!
She hopes to meet you soon!
Prior to adoption Betta will be spayed, vaccinated, health checked, heatworm/lymes tested and microchipped
Adoption Fee $400
If you would like to meet me please fill out a pre-adoption application at www.tailsrescue.org
Happy Tails Adoption Center is open on Sundays from 12-5. We are located at 7940 University Ave NE, Fridley
Home visits are required for all dog adoptions.
If you are outside of the Twin Cities area,we will contact rescue volunteers in your area to conduct a home visit. We do not transport adoption animals out of state.
All of our cats and dogs are INDOOR pets and are NOT to be left outside unattended (even in a fenced yard), or running loose!
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