Faith - CL   

In shelter Dog

Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri...
Australian Shepherd, Mixed
Gray, Silver, Salt & Pepper with Black
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Faith - CL
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This is a courtesy list  for an individual or group seeking a new home for Faith.  Faith is not part of the PAWS program. If you are interested in Faith, please complete the online application which can be found at and the application will be forwarded to the group or individual responsible for this family pet. Faith is a beautiful sweet Aussie mix girl around 6 years in age.   Faith is quite shy at first and does take a bit of time to warm up to someone new, but once she does she's very sweet and loves to have her belly rubbed. We consider Faith to be special needs because she does not walk on a leash. We are unsure what has transpired in her past but any tugging at her neck or collar or even the presence of a leash coming her way terrifies her. Needless to say a fenced yard will be MANDATORY for Faith.   Faith really is no trouble at all, she is low key and will lounge with you all day on her cushion or the couch. She is not destructive and appears to be housebroken (once she learns the new routine). Faith does get along fine with other dogs like most Aussies can be a bit bossy at times.  She would do best in a home with older children 10 and up.  


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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