Hi. My name is Queen. I'm a beautiful girl with chestnut eyes and a brindle coat. I was found as a stray in Southern Louisiana and a nice family took me out of the scary shelter - there were so many dogs there - over 100! And they are always talking about running out of space. It was scary.
My foster family in Louisiana was super nice to me. They took me to the doctor so I could get fixed, get all my vaccines and I had to get these shots for heartworm. Man, those hurt. My butt was sore for like 2 days. I'm starting to feel better though. I like to play with other dogs and I don't seem to mind kids. I l am not sure about cats though. We don't have any and I don't know what they are like. I'm all grown up and I'm only 36 lbs.
I'm now living in a foster home in NJ! If you think you can help find my family that would be great! I need to have an adopter or a foster to get on the bus to Jersey. Hopefully, one nice family will think I'm pretty and take a chance on me. I promise I'll be good!
Thanks y'all! - Queen!
Queen is a brindle beauty who is looking for a new home. Queen is approximately 1 year old and 36 lbs. She is dog friendly and kid friendly! Queen has been fixed, microchipped and she is up to date on vaccines. Queen is housebroken AND crate trained! Her adoption fee is $400.
How to Adopt Me!
If you are interested in learning more about me, and possibly making me part of your family, please go to wagoninn.rescuegroups.org . Click on the orange Online Adoption Application button to fill out an application. A Wag On Inn volunteer will be in touch soon!
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