Hi! My name is Phoebe and I am the proud Mom of four adorable little puppies that are all growing up and getting adopted into their own families. I am a great Mom, loving and protective of my puppies! Since they are all finding new homes of their own, I think its time for me to find my new forever family too!
I would make a great addition to a home with just women in them. I get a little scared and anxious around men, I think its the deep voice that scares me. I have also gotten along with children fawning over my puppies when my foster Mom let the neighborhood kids take a peek at them.
I play very well with other dogs! My foster Mom has three dogs, two boys and a girl, and I get along well with them all. I enjoy running around the fenced in back yard with them, playing fetch, and getting belly rubs.
When I came to my foster Mom, I was very malnourished, but I have plumped up just fine now with a steady diet, and despite being so malnourished when I arrived, I am not food aggressive.
I know how to sit and I'm learning to walk better on a leash. I do not like to hop into the car, but once I'm in I ride very well. At my foster Mom's house, I do not sleep in a crate, I sleep in a dog bed on the floor next to her, but I do like going into the crate with the door open. I managed to escape from a crate when I first got to my foster Mom's house, but I did not destroy anything and honestly just prefer to chill out with the other dogs or play with them when she is not home.
Please consider making me your new best friend! I am a really awesome gal!
Adoption fee is $225
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