already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
Lottie was a stray that was wandering around a rural neighborhood. She was gladly taking whatever food was offered her. When she was rescued she was friendly and well fed. We gave her the birthday of 3/25/12. We are guessing at her breed, Shepherd/boxer/hound mix. She weighs around 55 - 60 lbs. She has short hair and has a beautiful brindle marked coat. Almost camouflage color. Lottie is almost housebroken. She is crate trained. She gets along great with the other dogs. Lottie is very loveable. Lottie is ready and waiting for that special family she can love and get love in return.
Our mission and focus is to benefit the lives of the animals and people in our county by providing for the humane treatment of pets thru foster care, appropriate medical care, rehabilitation of pets, comprehensive adoption coordination, consistent spay/neuter funding programs and public education with a goal of reducing the homeless pet population, irresponsible breeding and the prevention of cruelty and neglect to animals.
Donate to Our Rescue Group...
Since ALL of our funding is from donations (we are not supported by a government agency), fundraising and a few spay/neuter grants, we always need monetary donations and food and supply donations including straw and bedding material. With winter coming we could really use some more dog houses and tarps (used is welcome). Used crates are also always needed. Pick up can be arranged within a reasonable distance. Thank you for your support.
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