Description: Dotty is mostly white with some dots (hence her name) on her snout and ears. She has a shiny, short coat and sheds very little.
Personality: Dotty is a happy girl! She is crate- and potty-trained, and enjoys lounging around inside and out. With several foster brothers and sisters, she loves the company of other dogs. One of the 7 puppies she gave birth was with us for several months, and she enjoyed molding him into a good and well-rounded puppy. She takes cues from her foster parents as well as the resident dogs on how to act within the pack, and has adjusted very well. She would love another dog to play with and a fence higher than 5.5 feet (so she doesn't jump over it!) Dotty will make a wonderful addition to any family, and the return rewards will be infinite.
Animal History: Dotty was rescued from a rural shelter by her foster mom, who didn't find out until weeks later that she was pregnant! Dotty gave birth in July in the foster's home.
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