Kora is an adorable, sweet gal – very young at heart. She wants to be hugged and loved on. Luckily, she is being given a new chance for a better home.
Kora was adopted from a local animal shelter on April 1st, given away a day later and found in a Walmart parking lot on April 5th. She still had her fresh spay stitches and was scared and confused. Now she is in a good foster home where she is getting lots of love and play time.
Kora loves to play with other dogs, especially those her size and bigger. She is learning not to chase the two household cats, responding well to commands. She is a great dog to take on walks or runs and to take to the dog park. See the video of her playing with her new foster bud. She is crate and house trained. She is fully vetted, heartworm negative and comes with up to one year heartworm prevention!
Adoption fee is $150 and home visit required. Her profile is on TomballSoS.org as a courtesy post. Please see for full profile and video.
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