Sharon, a sweet puppy girl, is very playful and cannot sit still; she is full of curiosity. Sharon performs the best among her siblings at foster home. She is under crate training, walking on leash, and socializing with people, children and other dogs. She made great progress in short period of time. Patches of white hair on her chin, chest and toes gave her a cute look like wearing a white tie and a pair of socks. But she was shun away from most superstitious local adopters just because of this cute look.
Please watch her videos to learn how much puppy love this little girl can bring to your family if you will give her a chance.
Sharon and her siblings were deserted by a trash pile on the roadside. They scavenged for food scraps, seemed to have been totally ignored by the society. Luckily, a volunteer did not have the heart to walk away from these innocent lives, she arranged them with foster homes and put them up for adoption. Sharon is one of the lucky puppies.
Sharon is doing very well under foster care. She is spayed, has up to date vaccinations and microchip. She is ready for her forever home. Sharon is waiting patiently for a loving family to give her a safe and happy life!
Please watch Sharon’s YouTube videos below:
Sharon album & story
Follows commands well
Good with strangers
Good with kids
Good with other dogs
Has no food aggression toward human
Has no food aggression with other dogs
Walk well on leash
Energy level: Medium
Ideal home environment: Both Active and Quiet
Is the dog good with strangers: Friendly,
The dog is best with children of what age group? Any age group
Is the dog good with other dogs? Small dogs – Yes, Big dogs – Yes
Is the dog good with cats? yes
Good on leash? yes
How is the dog with men? friendly
Food aggression with people? no
Food aggression with dogs? no
Has the dog ever bitten anyone? no
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