found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Veronica (Ronnie, to her close friends) was cold, exhausted and terrified when a good Samaritan found her dodging traffic on Mayfield Rd. But as scared as she was, Ronnie was perfectly happy to hop into the car where it was nice and warm.
In her kennel at the police station, she took comfort in the company of a tiny bichon. The two became buddies (and were even named Betty & Veronica because of their friendship) but Ronnie was still clearly distraught and desperately lonely.
It was during her vet visit that Ronnie showed us all how special she is, giving the vet kisses on the face during her exam, and keeping a protective eye on Betty as she underwent her exam.
Today, Ronnie loves to play with her dog-siblings in her foster home, and is the first to jump into bed at night to snuggle up with her foster dad. Even so, there’s something about this sweet girl that makes us believe she had a rough start. “Ronnie sometimes barks and backs away when a new person comes to the house,” says her foster dad. “She seems afraid until that person shows her they mean her no harm.”
Clearly, Ronnie deserves a loving home where she’ll never again need to worry about such things. Are you the one who can make her dreams come true?
About our Sweet Ronnie:
• ~10-month-old boxer-mix; 46 pounds; has all shots; being spayed on Feb 23
• Playful, active and extra-loving. Needs help with her house-training but learns quickly
• Loves people and other dogs. Once she’s past her initial shyness, she’s a true cuddle bunny!
To meet Ronnie, contact Laura: 216-297-0360 or email@example.com
South Euclid Humane Society: Home visit and adoption fee required