Harper and her 3 pups were abandoned on a women's farm in TN. She called our rescue partners to come get her and her pups before her son got home from work because he shoots dogs on the property that don't belong there. She said she tried to run them off but Harper thought she was playing at first until she started swinging a broom at her. Needless to say our rescue partners went over right away and collected a very frightened mama and pups. Harper is young probably only about a year old. She and her pups have been fostered in a loving home with other dogs. She is crate trained and working on leash training. She has quickly bonded to her foster mom. She is a tolerant sweet natured dog that your heart just melts when she looks at you with those big brown eyes. 2 males remain for adoption.
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