Lisa arrived at the Nacogdoches TX shelter in March and quickly became a staff and volunteer favorite. She has a happy disposition and nub tail that wags non-stop when you speak to her. We hoped she would find a home during Clear the Shelter last month. Although she had lots of walks and hugs that day, no one expressed any serious interest in adopting her! Intakes at the shelter are always high during spring months, and Lisa's status was urgent. Thankfully, Eleventh Hour Rescue stepped up to help her.
Lisa is between 1-2 years old and 35-40 pounds. We think she is a Lab/Hound mix. Lisa LOVES squeaky toys, other dogs, and kids! She is house trained and crate trained and sleeps in her crate at night. She is moderate-high energy, and an active family would be best for her. She has been so busy in her foster home, she hasn't noticed the 2 cats who live there. Lisa is heartworm negative, up to date on vaccines, and spayed. If your family is looking for a new companion, please consider adopting LISA TEXAS.
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