Mercy has been with us for awhile now. Life has not been easy for Mercy up til now, and so it has made her a bit cautious (but not aggressive) when meeting new people. The minute she learns you mean her no harm, you have a friend for life. Mercy was not socialized real well in her puppyhood, so is making up for lost time. She can get along with other dogs, but seems to prefer large dogs. Any introductions will have to be slow and supervised. Once Mercy settles in, she's a happy girl and very exuberant. She will need some work with basic obedience, but wants to please. We are hoping Mercy will find a family that will welcome her with open arms and teach her what it means to be a valued family member. If you are interested in adopting Mercy, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We've added a picture of Mercy (left) with her best friend Aya (right). It is a great story - you can read about it on our FB page (scroll down until you find it). Mercy initiated the friendship with Aya, and they are now best buddies, and play and run around together every day! It is a beautiful thing, and they both have a blast!
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