The name Blyth comes from Middle English meaning joyus, kind, cheerful, and pleasant. We could not have given it to a more fitting pup! Blyth is the type of girl who wags her tail nonstop in the presence of people, and will gently paw at you for more attention. You would never know, given her cheery and friendly personality, that she had a rough past. Blyth was originally found along the Mexicali-TJ freeway as a stray by a young couple. They took her in, but were terrible owners. Blyth suffered neglect and abuse at their hands, and she was reported by a neighbor to social media. A local rescue group took action, and saved a very malnourished and filthy Blyth from the situation. Fast forward to December 2016 after Blyth has had a few days to settle into a new life in San Diego, and she showed us the resiliency of the canine spirit. Despite her previous experience, Blyth is a very loving, affectionate, playful, goofy, and happy-go-lucky girl. She loves all humans and gets along well with other dogs in her play group. She has a lanky 20-pound frame, and will likely fill out closer to 25 pounds fully matured. Blyth is 11 months old as of January 2017, and she is ready to find her true forever home!
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