What is the animal's approximate date of birth?
Animal's estimated weight
Black Mouth Cur / possible mix
Reason for surrendering
Foster took her in to find her a home from the beginning... and reached out to LHS for assistance
This animal is good with:
If your animal is not good with children, please elaborate
She is good with children, but she can get excited and jump up on them. She is not good with cats.
Is the animal housebroken?
Is the animal crate trained?
Where is the animal kept during the day?
Has the animal ever bitten anyone?
Does the animal have any ongoing medical/special needs care?
Please provide any additional information about the animal
Abby is more gray these days, especially her muzzle. Abbie has a lot of energy and is always excited to see you. She is house, and kennel trained. She was dumped in the country, I have no idea how long she was out on her own before she showed up on our property. She gets very scared in storms, during fireworks, and the like. I hope we can find her a forever home. She deserves it.
We do not have a facility to house the dogs in our program. They are all kept in foster homes until they are adopted. Therefore, if you are interested in adopting from LHS, please complete an online application at http://legacyhumanesociety.org/adoptfoster/adoption-application/ and we will contact you asap about the status of your application.
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