In shelter Dog

Norwalk, Connecticut, 06853
Terrier, Mixed
Black with White
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The family is trying to find a home when everyone is saying "euthanize" her.  Let's try and help! She's about 11 years old. Medium size but extremely strong. She was wonderful with my dog but he passed and she is confused.  She probably would do best as an only pet and be the center of attention. she is looking for a calm and peaceful home and will be a great companion!  She's great with all adults!  She absolutely LOVES people. Wants to be around them and loves to just cuddle.    She really enjoys lounging around and being able to look out the window. Or sun bathe. She usually gets nighttime zoomies but other than that, is really mellow and lounges around the house. She likes to be tucked in under a blanket and be kept warm. She has select toys that she can have that she loves to play with.    Her perfect home would be a low key place. With not a lot of foot traffic. No kids or if so, older teenagers. No other pets would probably be best. She's been through so much and just needs a stress free place where she doesn't need to adjust. Just someone who understands she'll need to settle in and be given patience Please let me know if there's anything you can think of i should add. She's such a freaking awesome dog. She's one of a kind and I love her. 


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