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Willow and Millie (In Foster)   

In shelter Dog

Pottstown, Montgomery County, Pennsyl...
Pet name:
Willow and Millie (In Foster)
Gender:
Female
Breeds:
Mountain Cur, Boxer, Mixed
Date:
01/12/2021
Colors:
Brown, Chocolate with Black
Size:
Medium
Age:
Adult
Coat length:
Short
Description:
For Adoption:
This is Willow, who is with a foster mom Paula in Tennessee- Millie is a spayed 2 year old female, crate-trained, excellent with other dogs, very loving once she trusts you. Millie spent her early time in a hoarding situation and lived in deplorable conditions. She stood in a foot of feces all day with her siblings; food was occasionally thrown over the fence. Millie has been in foster homes for a little over a year. Once Millie overcame her initial shyness, she has become a great dog; her foster mom Paula has been dangerously close to being what is known as a "failed foster," but has too many dogs to keep her.

Millie is very sweet and smart as a whip; she would be a great addition to a loving family! Millie is very attached to her sister Willow. They were not fostered together for several months and when they were reunited it was an instant bond. They actually became a super duo and just thrived being back together. If an adopter wants to adopt these two together the adoption fee will be waved on one of them. Millie and Willow’s foster mom has had them together ever since and really wants to adopt them into a home together. The sisters are super attached to each other and Paula can let them out on her property and they never stray off. When they are done running around playing with other dogs on her farm they come right to the door to come in and hang out with Paula’s 86 year old mother. In the right situation and with the right family, these girls will be the most loyal, trustworthy, hard-working, protective and loving dogs you will ever meet. The rescue would like to place these girls in a home as opposed to an apartment/condo. They feel that the added commotion and lack of room to run would not be a good fit for them. They also feel they would do better in a quiet home without young children or small animals like chickens. Older, considerate children would be fine, however a house with a lot of commotion would likely not be a good fit.
Due to the high volume of received applications, processing is taking longer than usual. Sorry, we are not doing out of state adoptions at this time.
Thank you for your interest in rescue. If you would like to be considered for adoption please submit an application to adopt. APPLICATION TO ADOPT: http://www.jotform.us/ddpets/adoptddpets  
If you have any questions regarding the adoption process please email store@ddpets.com or call 610-970-7500.

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