Hi! My name is Bella. I was found late at night, hanging around in a gas station parking lot near a busy road. Not a safe place for a beautiful dog like me. The lady who found me tried to find my owner, but had no luck, so now I am longing for someone who wants a loving and playful dog like me.
If you are looking for a highly energetic and fun-loving dog, I may be just the right dog for you. I love to get into a kiddie swimming pool to splash water, then go racing around the back yard to enjoy the feel of my wet fur. I play really well with other dogs.
My coat is a beautiful mixture of white, brown, and grey which needs minimal upkeep to keep my fur in good shape. My foster mom calls me a scruffy muffin - isn't that silly? There have been guesses that I am some type of Terrier mix. The last person to guess at my mix said it looks like I have Siberian Husky in me. The estimate on my age is three-four years and I weigh 53 pounds. I am microchipped, up to date on all my vaccines, house trained, crate trained and spayed. What's not to love?
If I sound like a good fit for you and your lifestyle, and you would like to apply for me, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for an application.
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