Amber lives for two things: loving on people and being outside. This sweet pup wiggles and wags when she sees humans of all ages and dogs of all sizes. Her perfect day includes a long walk around the neighborhood and plenty of time in the yard, where she can keep an eye on any squirrels and birds.
Her foster family rescued Amber from Fort Bend Animal Services, not knowing she disliked cats—and they have eight. This has kept her from being able to live inside the house. Instead, she has a living space in their climate-controlled garage.
Amber walks nicely on leash and sits for treats. She’s working on the Shake and Stay cues, and also on ignoring cars. Might you be the one to continue her training and give her a cozy spot inside your home? Set up a meet and greet ASAP!
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