This sweet girl has probably spent a large portion of her life on the streets. Bella is very sweet and grateful to have regular meals and a roof over her head. She is now up to date on her vaccines as well as spayed and heartworm negative. She is estimated to be about 5-7 years old. Bella is mainly white with some black spots and is believed to be an Australian Cattle dog mix. She weighs about 50 pounds.
Bella loves human attention and will sit and shake your hand for treats. She loves a good Starbucks puppy whip and will keep you company on the couch, but only when asked to join you. She is calm and has very good manners for a street girl. She likes playing tug o war and a good squeaky toy, although that squeaker won’t last long!
Bella is extremely loving and overall low maintenance. She is completely house trained and lies around most of the day on her bed while I’m at work. With her laid back nature, she would be a great companion for someone single or maybe an older couple. Please find it in your heart to give this gal a home. Bella will be a loyal and loving companion and best friend!
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