Audrey Hepburn   

In shelter Dog

Austin, Travis County, Texas, United ...
Black Mouth Cur, Terrier
Lost or found date:
Pet name:
Audrey Hepburn
If you want a young movie star to be your best friend, Audrey Hepburn is your girl! She'll gently put her paws on you and lean into you for a hug, staring up at you with those huge doe eyes. This very affectionate, sweet girl loves snuggling with her humans. Now in foster care, she's also snuggling and playing with her dog buddy. And she's there with siblings, checking on them and hanging out in the yard with them. She's such a lover! She's having fun walking around the yard on her leash, too. She may be distracted by squirrels and a neighboring dog, but she minds her people very well. She can guard her toys, treats and food, but is learning to respect other dogs when they're eating. A very smart girl, she's learning to obey "sit" and "no jump." She isn't house-trained yet, but getting started. Her crate is really part of a hallway with a dog gate. She goes in willingly with her busy bone to chew. Audrey is a playful girl who wants to continue socializing with fairly active parents who have time to continue her training. And she'll do great with a doggie sibling who likes to romp and play with her. Come meet this young movie star! She'll be glad to give you an autograph - and a hug.


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