From Frannys Foster:
"Avanti aka Franny #A1710146
East Valley Animal Shelter. Listed as: 12 years old, mini schnauzer/mini poodle mix, 16 lbs.
This is Avanti, but we like to call her Franny. She is our #4Days4Life foster pup. I can't express how sweet this girl is! She isn't needy & doesn't ask for much. We're working on potty training, but she seems used to going on doggy pee pads. A few days after we brought her home she started coughing. She possibly has kennel cough and is currently on antibiotics and cough suppressant. She likes to spend time outside and before she got sick, she enjoyed going for walks. She likes to see what everyone in the house is up to. She simply enjoys being around her people. She is okay around dogs of all sizes. She doesn't bark much, just a couple times at the cats next door.
I really don't want to take her back to the shelter while she's sick, but I'm not sure how much longer I can care for her. Please help share this sweet girl! To meet Franny or for more info, you can text Jennifer 818-212-0948"
If you are interested in adopting or long term fostering Franny please call the number above or message they page and we can help you out ! Franny is still with the East valley animal shelter and is at risk of going back to a very full shelter.
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