Looking to adopt an adorable project? Merle is your girl!
Merle likes to play with rope toys, fetch, and do other energetic activities. Merle would be the best jogging companion.
She's a little hesitant when meeting new people, it doesn't take long to get into her good graces but new people need to give her time and space. After a nice long walk with a new person she does great.
Potential adopters must be committed to taking Merle to obedience classes and do individual sessions.
The rescue has been working with a great trainer located in Westchester, NY. Merle already has built a relationship with her so Amber's Angels can refer adopters to the trainer.
Potential adopters should be open to come to the rescue 2-4 times over a week or two week period to meet with Merle and a rescue coordinator before adopting.
She is adorable and fun to be with once she warms up.
Merle walks nicely on a leash, is crate trained, house broken, and is learning basic commands (sit, stay, lay down) She only gets treats that she can eat within a few seconds/minutes. She's the sweetest, happiest, most fun-loving dog. Born in 2015, she's silly, playful and active. She will only be placed into a home with older children and someone who has doggy experience and will work with her so she can learn basic obedience and manners.
Do you have room in your heart for Merle? If so, she would love to meet you.
Under 15 pounds.
2 years old.
Spayed/vacciante/heartworm negative/house trained
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We do not ship our rescue dogs, you must be willing to come to the rescue to meet the dog.
Dog experience required. If you have pets now they must be up to date on vaccines, flea/tick/heartworm prevention, and spayed/neutered.
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