I was dumped by my owner at animal control because I had 10 puppies. Yup 10!! All my babies found wonderful homes, but I am still looking for a home that is just my own even after all this time. My foster parents are great and love me, but I still wish for a home and humans all my own.
I am a very good girl and do well with humans. I love just to be by your feet soaking up some love and being petted as much as you can. I like to play with my humans too and get very excited and do the doggie crouch down to let you know I’m ready to play. I also love long walks and hikes. Basically, I just love being with my humans as much as I can. Do you have some love and time for me?
I have had a couple of instances where another dog attacked me (they started it!) and I was badly injured. I have healed beautifully, but because I am worried I will be attacked again I have become somewhat dog reactive. For this reason it would be best for me to be an only dog, or to be properly introduced into a home with a very mellow, submissive dog that I won’t feel threatened by.
Do you have a lap and a warm bed to share? I promise I sleep through the night and will be a good girl.
For more information or to meet me, please complete an Adoption Interest form and please firstname.lastname@example.org.
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