Meet Spot...a girl looking for her forever home.Yes, I know Spot is not a very girly name and she will accept a name change. I am her foster mom though and the name Spot works here :)
Spot is a pretty girl who was saved from out local animal control the day that her time was up. We actually went in to pull another dog that day but she was just sitting there so nicely. She had to be saved.
Spot is a very sweet girl. VERY. She will gently nudge you for attention. She needs to be an indoor dog. She would not be happy outside and there is no reason to keep her outside anyways since she is kennel trained. She wants her family there with her all the time. If you sit somewhere, she will sit next to you. If you walk to the next room, odds are that she will not be far behind you. She gets along wonderfully with children. She also gets along with almost all other dogs in her foster home (too many to mention haha). She will answer any challenges though from a couple dominant females in her home so that should be taken into consideration be any potential adopters. If you have a very dominant female, she may not be the best candidate for your new family. Other than that, not too many flags.
A privacy fence would be ideal because she could definitely get over a chain link fence if she wanted.
Spot is current on her vetting. She is completely vaccinated, dewormed, heartworm tested (negative) and spayed.
Spot's adoption fee is $100.
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