She can run and play and wrestle just as well as any four-legged dog. If you ask Amber, she is not disabled, she is differently abled and she is living life to the fullest!
Amber is great on leash and totally housebroken. Although she is crate trained, her foster says that she is so good in his home, he never needs to use it.
Amber is about 2 years old, great with people and will be fine with kids. This young lady is ready for her forever family.
To adopt Amber, please go to http://dawgsquad.org/adoption-application/
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