I grew up on a small farm, I was a country girl through and through. I would spend my days just roaming around the property and one day I saw him...this beautiful male specimen. Before I knew it I was expecting and shortly after my owner sold the farm and I was dropped off at the neighbors house. There I had my puppies and it was soon decided that we couldn't stay there...the neighbors didn't have room for anymore dogs. So they started trying to find a home for me and them. Another rescue committed to two of my pups and this rescue took me and my other pup...you know him by Finnick. We were soon off to our new leash on life and while we were nervous we could feel that we were on too better things!
I am now in a lovely foster home where I get to come inside and be part of the pack. This is still a new concept to me but I have already decided that I love this handy dandy thing called AC. I am slowly exploring the house and wag my tail every time I see one of my foster parents. I am housebroken and do well with other dogs. I ignore the cats and like staying near the house when I am outside but that may still change once I feel more at home. My coat is a little thin right now from being out in the heat and all those nasty fleas but now that I am inside and rid of those fleas it should be coming back in nicely. I have a very laid back and sweet personality and will follow you around outside and will soon do so inside once I feel more comfortable. Heck, here soon I will probably be a couch potato ;)
My adoption fee is $200 which will include all my shots, spay, micro-chip, negative for heart-worms and erlichia, and I will be current on flea/tick and heart-worm prevention. If you would like to adopt me please fill out an adoption app at http://www.pyrpawsandfluffytailsrescue.com/adoption-app
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