We started with a little car ride (I'm great in the car!) and the humans gave me a new toy. That was really nice of them, but I was too excited to pay much attention to my toy- I'm more of a cuddle up with my people kind of gal anyway! When we got to the restaurant, everyone that saw me said how cute I was. I'm such a happy, wiggly dog, people tend to take notice of me! I was hoping to get a tour of the whole place (ie the KITCHEN!), but the humans sat down at a table in the shade instead. I was still pretty excited, but I sat politely and waited for my lunch. The waitress came out right away with a bowl of water just for me- how nice was that?! My chicken was delicious, but sorry, no pictures- I gobbled it up way too fast! The humans seemed to enjoy their food too, since they ate it all and forgot to share with me, BOL. After lunch, I was ready for my photo shoot. We sat on the bench and cuddled and talked for a bit. Sandy cuddles are my speciality! They're world famous, truly- adopt me and I'll show you! I was pretty exhausted after my big lunch date, so my new friends let me take a nap in their quiet office. I love nap time! I'm looking forward to having more adventures like this one, but hopefully with my furever family!
If you're looking for a super sweet, happy-go-lucky new best friend, pick ME! You can visit me at the West Valley shelter in Phx, Az (2500 S. 27th Ave.). Hours are 11-6 Mon-Fri and 11-5 Sat & Sun.
I enjoy the company of other dogs around my size, so if you have a dog from home, please bring them in so we can meet. I am five years old and my adoption fee is $20, which includes spay, rabies certificate and County license. My ID number will help you find me- A3824235.
Hope to see you SOON!
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