found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Does this girl look familiar to you? Sure thing.... this is the same beautiful girl that we had in New York, then Virginia, then Maryland, and now Texas!! Addi is a traveler and this speaks VERY highly of her temperament. Addi is such a fabulous girl and she will make a family so happy. Why hasn't Addi been adopted? WE JUST DON'T KNOW!! Well, actually, her TX foster mom wanted any excuse to get her into Texas. Mission accomplished! Now that Addi is here, her TX foster mom can really get to know her. Here is what her foster mom says about her....Addi is NOT 7 years old. No way, no how! She is super active- runs, jumps, plays, SWIMS.... the list goes on and on and on. My guess would be that Addi is about 4 years old. It is very obvious that Addi has lived a rough life on the streets or in a horrible home situation. She is covered in scars and her teeth have been FILED down to nothing. She is missing several teeth, but that doesn't stop this lovely girl from smiling! She smiles and smiles and smiles. She has already met two of my Corso girls. She was eager to meet them, but once the butt sniffing was over, she put all her focus back on me. She is a big girl, weighing over 100lbs. She is a hearty eater, but when a human gets in her line of vision, she will walk away from the food to come visit. Addi loves everyone. She has met many humans- males, females, young, old- and she greets them all the same.... ears up, tail wags, open mouth, and kisses, kisses, kisses. She walks with a pep in her step and I have yet to see anything that gets her upset. She is an energetic girl, so daily walks are very important for her. Addi does have issues with her vision. She does not have depth perception, but has developed good compensatory strategies. She has an eye appointment coming up, so we will know more after the appointment. If my suspicion is confirmed, Addi will have entropian surgery before being adopted out. Did I say that Addi is wonderful? And OH, she LOVES, LOVES, LOVES her 11month old human sister! When she sees her baby human sister, the butt goes 100mph, she can't stop smiling, and she can't get close enough to her sister! Of course this makes baby smile, coo, and sign "dog", which makes Addi all the more happy. I think Addi would do beautifully in a home with kids!