Meet Leah! Leah is a tall, leggy girl with definite hound in her. She's about 2 years old, and clearly had a litter of puppies shortly before coming to the shelter because she developed mastitis while she was there. She had the softest, sweetest "Pick Me" look while she was there, and we were delighted to make her a Canine CellMates dog.
Leah is graceful, and e legant with a touch of kangaroo! She LOVES to play with tennis balls, balls of any sort really. She has some Kangaroo qualities - when she lets loose and plays, she will literally "bounce" for almost anything!. This girl is just sweet, plain and simple....she LOVES affection in any way, shape or form. Her handler in jail named her Leah after his 1st real girl crush in the 3rd grade. Leah was a sweet eyed, blonde and stole his heart just like our sweet girl has. Leah is a hound, very "nose-driven", but just wants your love and attention. Her world is good as long as you are happy.
Leah is gentle enough to be in a home with children and would be great with other dogs. She's a medium sized girl, weighing in right at 50 pounds. Does Leah sound like your kind of dog? Please come meet her and fall in love!
Leah is located in Atlanta, GA and is available for adoption immediately. She will be able to go to her forever home after graduation from the Canine CellMates program. Leah is spayed, microchipped and up to date on all her shots. Canine CellMates dogs are trained in items similar to the Canine Good Citizen (CGC) test. They learn basic obedience and commands such as sit, down, stay, go to place, and leave it. They are also crate trained. If you are interested in adopting Leah, please fill out an adoption application at www.caninecellmates.org. or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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