found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed and up to date with shots.
Merritt is living with a cat and while she has a healthy curiosity and desire to play with the cat, has shown no aggression whatsoever. She responds to "no" very well and is easy to train. She is not a big shedder, although like any dog needs to be brushed from time to time. She is great with kids and with other dogs as well. We don't think you could find a sweeter girl to call your own!
August 2, 2010: Merritt is here and is a typical cute and playful pup. She has her nose to the ground a lot of time, having a keen sense of smell. She loves to play in her foster family's fenced yard and is having fun with some new toys.
Merritt is learning some leash skills and her great foster family is exposing her to the new things in her environment. Merritt is not a shy puppy and should be easy to train!
Merritt is great with kids - just loves them. She seems to know her place in the house already. This smart girl already can sit and wait for treats, and has a very gentle mouth when taking the treats. She fetches balls and brings them back, too! She is crate-trained and her housetraining is going great! Who will be the lucky ones to get this remarkable girl?
August 1, 2010 ~ Merritt is here and she is wonderful. She came off the transport ready to play. She was sweet with the children and adults and couldn't get enough of the other dogs. Stay tuned for more info as her foster family gets to know her.
July 2010~Merritt is around 6 months and is a gorgeous red color. She weighs around 30lbs and won't get much bigger. She is a sweet puppy who is well behaved. She would do fine living with a cat because so far she is scared of them.
Like many of our sweeties, Merritt is with a partner rescue or shelter in the south. She is living with her buddy Reeses and several other dogs and doing great. We need a loving indoor foster home so we can bring her north.
Contact us today for an application. Our adoption fee of $300.00 includes spay or neuter/updated vaccinations/health certificate, and transportation to New England. You can see more info on our website at www.luckypuprescue.org