Butterball   

In shelter Dog

Mount Pleasant, Charleston County, So...
Breeds:
Beagle, Mixed
Colors:
Lost or found date:
06/20/2021
Pet name:
Butterball
Gender:
Female
Size:
Medium
Age:
Adult
Description:
Meet Butterball!  AKA Queen B aka BB aka Biebs.  BB is a very sweet, playful 5-6 year old corgi/beagle mix. Her favorite things to do are eat, cuddle, and be around her humans. She is very food-motivated, doesn't have a concept of personal space, and could lose a few pounds, but that is part of her charm.  Her perfect Sunday would be filled with naps, treats, Netflix-marathons, couch-time, and heavy breathing mere centimeters from your face.  Her favorite color is whatever color food is.  She is easy to pet and love on and she does not shed nor does she have an oily/smelly coat. She only barks when she is excited and is OK being left alone for a couple hours.  She is crate-trained but doesn't love it.  Despite her unconditional love for her people, she does not have separation anxiety or exhibit destructive behavior.  She is great with cats, but should be tested with small children (younger than and other dogs first.  She would do best with a low-energy dog and they should definitely be fed separately due to BB"s tendency to literally inhale anything edible. When given a chance to familiarize herself with other animals she has gotten along very well, she just doesn't like dogs in her immediate bubble. She is spayed, microchipped, up to date on vaccines and prevention. She is heartworm negative. Her adoption fee is $175. Please use this link to be approved to meet her: https://toolkit.rescuegroups.org/of/f?c=SGVJMGQY

Location


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