My name is Patches! I am the sweetest, gentlest girl who was rescued from a terrible situation. I was found living in a 5 foot (across) round pen, with a dog house and small trees growing in it. There was NO ROOM TO MOVE! Then a foster mom for Critter Cavalry found out about me and she came and saved me. Now I live with her and she is showing me how great life is! I will take a day or two to warm up to you while we get to know each other, but once we do...I am yours forever! I am about 3 years old and I weigh about 35 pounds, but I am overweight from not having enough exercise in my life. So, I am working hard on losing a few pounds and am quickly getting in shape. I love to play with other dogs, so I am lucky that my foster mom has a high energy puppy for me to play with....he wears me out, but he is a great fitness coach! I would love a home that is a little on the quiet side and full of love, because I have so much love to give!! I walk great on the leash and I love to be loved on. I hope you will continue to exercise me so that we can live a long healthy life together. I would really, really like a doggie sibling that wants to play with me. It doesn't have to be hard core exercise like that silly pup does to me, just some fun!!
If you fall in love with my adorable face and would like more information on me, please contact Ms. Candace and tell her why we were made for each other. I also definitely need a fenced yard for some free running playtime.
PLEASE NOTE: Our dogs are transported from Tennessee to meeting places in the states where we have posted. Further information about us is given on our Adopt-A-Pet site. The adoption fees vary and will be provided as well as noted on the application you receive. Contact us at 615-661-5333 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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