Gracie   

In shelter Dog

Caribou, Maine, 04736
Breeds:
Bulldog, Mixed
Colors:
Fawn
Lost or found date:
07/05/2021
Pet name:
Gracie
Gender:
Female
Size:
Large
Age:
Adult
Coat length:
Short
Description:
Meet ridiculously adorable Gracie. She a low rider bulldog mix that is 5 years old and about 50lbs. Gracie loves everyone! She has yet to meet a stranger. She is goofy and true to the nature of bullies, she doesn’t have an awareness of her size/strength. Gracie loves to cuddle on the couch next to you and be a complete lap dog, however she also loves toys and playing with other dogs. She is fearful of loud noises and cars, so when outside she definitely needs to be securely leashed or confined within a secure fence. Gracie was a stray and is still working on her house training. Gracie sleeps quietly in the crate beside her foster moms bed, however she would prefer to be in the bed if you will allow. Gracie has been crated for up to five hours at a time during the day without accidents or evidence of separation anxiety. Crating would be best as if she is left free to roam, Gracie usually finds a shoe or an article of clothing which belongs to her foster mom to bring up on the couch beside her. As of yet, she has not chewed anything non-dog toy, but is closely monitored when free to roam. Gracie is looking for a loving family to join and fulfill her one and only wish of a loving, forever home. If you think if Gracie girl sounds like to perfect fit please fill out an adoption application at www.underhoundrailroad.org. Gracie is currently being fostered in North Carolina. If adopted North, Gracie can transport to her furever home beginning late June. Please send in your adoption application to www.underhoundrailroad.org

Location


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