06/11/2021 - Abigail is a sweet, energetic girl, who is about two years old and has come along way. She was originally found tied up and abandoned, severely pregnant. She had one puppy, named arlo, who has some genetic defects that we are working on to help him cope with. Abigail has been at the shelter for several weeks now since being fully vetted, and has made great strides. She knows all of her basic commands and will even roll over for a treat! She is dog friendly and enjoys going for nature walks. Abigail would do best in a home with a handler who can give her structure as she sometimes tests the boundaries. She is still acclimating to men, but has made great progress with trusting. She would do well in an active home, but also enjoys curling up on the couch with her people to take a snooze. ABIGAIL found herself pregnant and in a shelter. She had her litter and lost all but one puppy (little ARLO) who has some issues with her feet. ABIGAIL has been a great, protective mother but her puppy is about ready to go on his own and she will be looking for a new home. ABIGAIL can be a wonderful, affectionate dog when she gets to know people, but it may take some time. She bonded really well with her foster.Adoption by appointment only with an approved adoption application.Please go to www.easelnj.org/adopt to submit an adoption application. Someone will be in touch within 48 hours.
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