Sarah Jessica Parker is a happy go lucky, gentle little girl that has had a long search for a forever home. She was found as a stray and ended up in a local pound and rescued by a rescue group that kept her with a bunch of other dogs. She is an amazing little girl. She loves to go for walks and car rides or just sit in your lap. She gets along with all dogs that she's been introduced to, from small to tall and hasn’t had an issue with any of them. She REALLY deserves a home she can call her own. She is a senior, but her rescuer is not sure how old she is as the pound records are just a guess. She is very active and her age could have been determined by her bad teeth, which isn’t a great indicator of age if a dog has had poor nutrition or been eating table scraps. SJP is ready to find her forever home — ideally one where she is not left alone much, such as a home that has a stay-at-home mom or dad, someone who works from home or can take her to work with them, or someone that needs an emotional support dog/therapy dog. She’s such a loving little girl and will make the perfect companion for anyone looking for a tiny little friend.
If you'd like to meet Sarah Jessica Parker, please contact Jill at firstname.lastname@example.org
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