Bella was one of 6 in a Harris County Animal Cruelty Seizure. I went to the hearing to ask the judge for the opportunity to help re home the dogs instead of awarding them to the SPCA where they would be euthanized. I was only able to get Bella.
Bella is a very sweet girl who craves attention. Her favorite thing in the whole world is to ride in the car. She is the most well behaved car rider I have ever seen. She would choose that over food :-) She also loves to go on long walks. Bella is house trained. She gets along great with large dogs, cats, adults and children. She is very calm, loves to sit on the sofa by the humans with her head in their lap. She loves to give kisses.
I have never seen Bella give a second look at small dogs in the park but my 15 lb, 12 year old poodle is extremely bossy and barks and snaps at my larger dogs. Bella got along with Holly for three months and then one day Holly bit Bella and the war was on. I now have to keep them apart which makes for a very stressful situation.
Bella is very sad that she no longer gets to hang out and watch TV with the family and no longer gets to sleep in the bedroom with the other 3 dogs. Please consider giving Bella the opportunity to be with a loving family where she can spend hours and hours being doted on and showered with love.
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