This little girl was stray for some time. No one could catch her. Then one day my dog ran off and didn't retlurn. The only time he does this is when he is playing with another dog (he gets very adventurous!) Finally, Pete returned with the brown dog in tow. It took several minutes, but she finally came over to me, because I think she felt safe with my dog. We have since been taking care of her in hopes of finding her a forever home. . She is very sweet and gentle with my 16 month old. She gets along great with other dogs. She is very young, just over a year old. She is a lovely pup who simply needs a loving family to call her own. In loving foster home. Ask me for her video! She's 48 pounds.
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