Annie is a lover! She loves humans, big and small. She loves bones and treats, so she eats them alone in a crate. She loves to sleep on a bed on the floor in her foster mama's room. She loves to play with other dogs a lot, and will allow a 7 lb Chihuahua to be the boss, or will play with a big dog the way they want too. Annie also loves cats...TOO MUCH. She will fixate on them, and not stop looking at them for anything. Annie cannot live with cats or other small furry critters because of her love for them. Annie loves to get her belly rubbed and to snuggle with her humans. She loves to be a part of the family, to go for walks, or to lay on the couch with them. She really needs to have a fenced yard because she will chase a squirrel or rabbit (or the neighbors cat) if she were to be outside of one, but she doesn't try to jump over the fence at all. Annie is 6 years old, and she is still full of energy which isn't a surprise for these two breeds at times, but is mostly a lay around the house kind of girl. Annie was adopted from a shelter as a puppy, and returned when she was 5. She was then adopted by the family who put a lot of money, effort and time into trying to train her so she could stay in their family with their cat but they just could not. The shelter agreed to allow her to go to a rescue rather than be returned and euthanized at the shelter; a common practice for twice returned dogs at a shelter. Annie deserves a family who will be able to stick by her from now until her natural death, hopefully not until she is 15 or 16...or maybe even more. She deserves to give her love to someone forever. The previous family was heartbroken they couldn't help her stay, they loved her and would love updates if her forever family is willing to share them. They also would be happy to talk to you about their experiences with this lovely pooch. That is how you know this is a wonderful dog. If you have no cats, have another doggy friend who will play, if you will not crate her (she hates the crate), if you have a fenced yard and a forever home for Annie, please contact us! www.arrowdogrescue.org/application to meet her. Her adoption donation is $275, and is paid directly to our vet's office via credit card over the phone or check by mail.
All dogs are fully vetted and healthy at the time of adoption. All of Annie's records including vetting and training are available for you to look at as well. Annie is being fostered in E. Central Illinois with another dog and teenagers. She would love to meet you!
Annie, Spaniel & Boxer Mix has been shared from Shelter Exchange.
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