Misty is a gorgeous adult female head-turner. Her coloring is grey with an undercoat mixture of beige and silver. This is one unlucky girl who has come upon hard times through no fault of her own.
She came to us in 2010 as a young two year old and was successfully adopted from SHRF back in 2011 but her adopters fell on some unfortunate circumstances and they returned her to us in 2012 to find her a loving, forever home. She was adopted a second time in 2013 and has been returned to us again in 2016 due to the unfortunate death of her owner.
Misty is very good with children and even though she gets along with male and female dogs, she’s somewhat intolerant of small dogs and should be kept away from cats and other small animals. She is not a happy camper when her humans leave her alone but her unhappiness can be avoided altogether if she is adopted into a home with other dogs her size or larger.
She is crate trained and somewhat obedient but is not happy being crated, especially if her humans leave her alone in the crate. If she can find a home with other dogs as companions we expect that the crate should not be necessary.
Misty walks well on a leash but will pull if she wants to investigate something. She will sit on command and has shown herself to be very accepting of training – she wants to please her humans.
Misty was a high energy girl in her youth but now that she’s matured she has calmed down. She's still quick though, so watch her when you open a door, she can be gone in a second.
Misty is healthy, Heartworm negative, spayed, housebroken, microchipped and up-to-date with all her shots. This hard luck girl is deserving of another chance at life and with an angelic face like hers (if you look real hard you can see her halo) she will not be up for adoption long so get your fingers going and fill out an adoption application on our website, www.siberrescue.com.
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