Savannah's story is all too common in her extremely close call to being euthanized in a scary Kansas shelter. But who could ignore her sweetness and desire to bond with someone who would be her best friend? Savannah, while initially shy...her engaging and adorable nature is just waiting to be enjoyed and appreciated. She is such a wonderful being...we think she represents some of the best qualities of the Golden and Sheltie breeds.
Savannah, with her loving attitude, seems to be in the process of leaving behind the neglect and lack of love that made up her early life. At about 9 - 12 months old and 30 lbs, Savannah is a fuzzy ball of good-will that loves to please. The happier her family is with her behavior, the more she shines with her accomplishments. We would love to see Savannah in a home that includes her in family time and activities...she's learning about being social and would thrive in a home that truly loves her and considers her a very important family member.
Savannah would also be a wonderful companion for very active retirees who have the time and desire to be best friends with a truly adorable young pup. Savannah is an energetic girl who would be so excited with long hikes and fun activities like snow shoeing and going for runs with her favorite people...to be followed by crashing on the couch for some serious belly rubs.
Savannah will do well with anyone who's invested in spending time with their pup. She's so pleasant and portable that she can be a part of any adventure....it can be fun time at a park, a visit with friends, or just an afternoon spending time together enjoying each other's company... all of this would speak to Savannah's pleasant and fun temperament and extremely loving ways.
We've requested that Savannah be spayed prior to her transport to Denver. We're not optimistic that this will occur due to far too few vets in this industrial area of Kansas. If it doesn't, Farfel's will be happy to cover all costs for Savannah's spay and microchip if our Denver vet is used.
Savannah will arrive on transport in Denver on Friday 11/4/16. If interested in this sweet and engaging best friend, please fill out an application at http://farfelsrescue.com/adoption/ and submit to email@example.com or fax to 303-443-7730.
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