Hi! I'm Second short for Second Chance.That's my new name to go with my new life!!! I was tied outside to a box for my whole life. People wanted to rescue me (and fed me) for the past two years and my former owner wouldn't give me up. They had a house fire in Oct. and they left..but they left me there tied to my box in yard.
My New Mom named me 'Second Chance'. I get to live inside now!!! I'm doing really well inside despite the fact that I'm blind. I like the other dogs in my house, but they don't know I can't see. I get scared when they bump into me, and sometimes snap (hollar) at them.
There are kitties in my new house too...I don't mind them at all..they are afraid of me..I think, and I can't see them.
I like a house that is simple, and doesn't change the furniture around. I love attention!!! I would like to have a person all for myself! I don't need a big yard or a fence just someone who will love me, and show me around. To read more of my story check out what I wrote (with Mom's help) on my Mom's facebook page! https://www.facebook.com/notes/pamela-j-klinger/second-chance/1281719531849717
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