Meet Beeja! Beeja is approximately 5 years old and was found living on the streets with her puppies. No one knows how many babies Miss Beeja has had, but thankfully her days as a single mother are over.
Beeja is spayed and up to date on all her shots.
This little momma is right around 60 pounds and her favorite things are lounging in her foster mom’s comfy chair or sleeping on anything soft, oh and lots and lots of BELLY RUBS!! Miss Beeja would prefer a home with lots of soft beds and a place she can call her own. Beeja currently lives with three other dogs and gets along with them well, however, after her life on the streets and raising a bunch of kids, she would prefer to be your only companion. Beeja’s best life would include someone who is more of the “Netflix and Chill” variety. While Beeja walks on a leash, she is not an active dog and daily walks are not her forte. Beeja is completely housebroken. She uses the bells in her foster home to go out and has never had an accident. Beeja would be great for someone who thinks their work schedule wouldn’t allow for a dog. She does not require daily exercise and while she is super happy to see you, Beeja is somewhat cat like in her ability to spend all day chilling on her own.
Questions can be addressed to her foster home at email@example.com
If you are interested in adopting Beeja, please complete an application here: https://www.acdra.org/adoption-application.
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