My name is Aimee. I am a very laid back, gentle Carolina Dog mix that was pulled from a high kill shelter in Texas a day before my time was up. Some nice folks in northern MS took notice of my plight and arranged for my transport to them for foster. I was quite thin and timid, but have been in my foster home since mid-October and am getting my confidence and my weight back. I am up to date on all vaccines, spayed and microchipped. I am also current on flea/tick and heartworm medication. I’m house trained/crate trained, know how to sit for a treat, and am a dream on a leash! I love taking walks more than anything! In my foster home, I am learning to play with my Carolina mix sister and a 12 lb. Chiweenie (who can be annoying, snappy and yappy, but I still try to play nice). My foster mom is not sure I’ve ever played with dogs before, but I’m trying to learn. If they get too rambunctious, I tend to leave, but we are still working on this. I might be good as an only dog, or with a brother/sister that is also a bit more reserved like I am. I need a large yard that is securely fenced. While I’ve never tried to leave, my foster mom says I’m the most athletic dog she’s ever fostered. I haven’t been cat tested and I’m probably a bit large for small children. I am an indoor dog and I’d do well with an active family that is willing to give me time to learn to trust them, as I have my foster family, and will allow me to decide they are my pack. Being a Carolina Dog, I may take a little while to trust, but once I do - you will never find a better family member!
Aimee's adoption fee is $150. Aimee is 3 years old and about 45 pounds. She has been spayed, up to date on all vaccinations and is microchipped.
You can learn more about her by emailing her foster mom at email@example.com. If you would like to apply to adopt Aimee, you can do so here:
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