Although Willow had spent a good deal of time in a kennel at the puppy mill....she isn't your typical breeding dog. Somewhere along the way she received a good amount of socialization and developed a love for being with people! She is a bit skinny and you can see her ribs but she doesn't let her physical condition get in her way of having fun! If you throw a ball for her, she'll happily trot after it. If you invite her to play a game of chase, she'll joyfully follow you! Better yet, if you pet her and rub her neck and ears she will give you sweet kisses! She can be seen enjoying her play time in a video at the bottom of this bio. Clearly Willow loves to play ball!!!
Willow walks beautifully on a leash and she enjoys being close with her people. When she was transported from the shelter she rode quietly and nicely in the crate. In fact, when we opened the back of our SUV and the crate door, she put her front feet on the bumper and and looked back as if to ask "how about a boost up?". After a little "assist" she went right into the crate and settled quietly.
Please check back here for any updates on her.
Willow T. has just been accepted into the GSRNC Thulani Program. Willow will receive lots of love and pampering and will also receive any medical care necessary to her well being. Because she has been excepted into the Thulani Program her medical expenses will be covered by The Thulani Progam for the rest of her life.
As soon a Willow is ready The Thulani Program will be looking to match her with a forever adoptive home that will care for her for the rest of her life. Willow will come with a supply of food, a cushy pad if wanted, and other goodies such as toys. AND... as just mentioned, her medical expenses are covered by The Thulani Program even after adoption.
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