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My name is Marcy!

Terrier (Unknown Type, Small) Dog for adoption in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin - Marcy
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Facts about Marcy

  • Breed: Terrier (Unknown Type, Small)
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: D11072016788
Hey y’all! My name is Marcy and I am a Southern girl that was born in Alabama. I am a two-year-old terrier mix. Everyone tells me that I am such a “sweetheart”, but somehow, I ended up as a stray in a high-kill shelter. I was sad and hoped that I would find the perfect family that would appreciate all the love and kisses that I have to give before it was too late. Then one day when I was sitting in my kennel, a nice lady came and told me that I could live with her until I found my forever family. I was so happy!! When we got to her house, I found some fuzzy blankets to snuggle under and thought those were the coolest things ever! She had several other dogs at her house (both big and small) and I love all of them. My foster mommy was really impressed that I “respected the other dogs’ space” and didn’t try to jump on them like some pups do. I absolutely love running and playing with all the other dogs in the house! Yet, I have to say that if my foster mommy is around, then I won’t leave her side. I just prefer to be next to my humans and in her lap is my favorite place to be. She calls me her “little cuddle bug”! I also had what is called a “cherry eye”, but the wonderful people at the rescue paid for me to have surgery to remove it, so I can see so much better now and it doesn’t bother me anymore. Awesome, huh?!
My foster mommy also says that I am really smart because I always come when she calls me. Not to mention that I am learning really quickly that we must potty outside and now I go to the door when I need to go. I haven’t been in a house long and we are still working on this house training thing, but I’m getting the hang of it very quickly. I also walk really well on a leash and stay in a crate when my foster mommy isn’t home. I like to chew on bones, but that is about it. My foster brothers have been known to chew on things around the house like shoes, but I don’t see what all that hype is about. I have yet to find one that smells good enough to eat. My foster mommy also introduced me to some creatures called “cats”. I mean, what exactly are they are why are they so funny looking? I haven’t quite decided how I feel about those things, so I just keep my distance from them. Anyway, you wanna know what I absolutely LOVE? Kids! I have a five-year-old human foster sister and an eight-year-old human foster brother and I think they hung the moon. I really like to sleep in the bed with my human foster sister and snuggle under the covers with her. If there is a lap and a blanket involved, you can count me in!! Although I love my foster family so very much, I really just can’t wait to find my forever family. Could that be you? Purty please?!Thank you for your interest in a Sandi Paws Rescue, Inc. Please visit our site at sandipaws.org for more information on our organization or to fill out an application to adopt one of our pets. You can also find volunteering information at our site as well.

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